The primary targets of the National Institute of Standards and Technology guidelines are the owners and operators of privately run critical infrastructure.
The Air Force is increasingly handling its IT purchasing problems by partnering with other Pentagon agencies and the private sector.
The judge’s refusal to dismiss TechAmerica's lawsuit means the $5 million case will continue.
One of the cities that has refused to help with background checks for federal employees and contractors is Washington, D.C.
Organizations as diverse as the Sunlight Foundation and Gun Owners of America want the legislation passed without the changes proposed by OMB.
Are bid protests really booming? Here's the five-year trend -- and an explanation of how the process actually works.
Well-designed IaaS deployments can allow failures to happen without the customer and their users noticing.
The legislation aligns with changes supported by the Council of Inspectors General on Integrity and Efficiency.
The push to get a new system in place by September 2015 comes as ICE is digging its way out of an abandoned effort with Raytheon to replace an aging, Cobol-based system.
The use of unsecured networks to oversee many aspects of military logistics raises the possibility of malware attacks.
In the ongoing quest to save money, many agencies are turning to flexible, communal office space -- and are redefining work in the process.
The modernization effort is running into a familiar problem: trying to update legacy tech while simultaneously keeping the system running.