Fifty million Medicare cards reveal their holders' Social Security numbers, exposing them to identity theft.
Two architects of the world's most massive national ID system offer some ideas to fix the technological linchpin of the healthcare reform law.
The IT professionals who manage and operate federal systems are often unprepared to deal with technology advances because they lack time and money for adequate training.
Furloughed employees and those who stayed on the job without pay will be compensated.
A report from the Committee to Protect Journalists details the ways in which the Obama administration is not living up to its stated principles regarding information.
Managers returning to work after a furlough face several challenges to get back up and running.
As technology becomes increasingly mobile and personalized, we must take a more collaborative, streamlined approach to security.
With the government shutdown lifted, GSA is finally ready to close the door on proposal submissions.
The shutdown and its furloughs might be the final straw for some federal employees, giving managers a potential morale challenge.
Tech entrepreneurs' leadership goals are strikingly similar to those of agency IT executives. But the obstacles to getting there can be very, very different.
If the government shutdown is not lifted soon, federal employees will begin receiving bills for some insurance premiums.
Insiders become threats in part because of a key organizational mistake that allows them opportunities.