Energy, Justice and Education posted three of the worst performances on the recent results from the federal government's 30-day cyber sprint. What gives? And are the numbers really that important?
The deputy Defense secretary and top acquisition official met Aug. 4 with the heads of DOD's new Silicon Valley outreach office.
The new Enterprise Cybersecurity Strategy Team will be led by Susan McHugh-Polley, a senior executive program manager at Veterans Affairs.
Federal leaders discussed agile's promise and the notion that the government-changing approach could yield positive results far beyond IT – if feds can stomach it.
Among the suggestions from the Information Technology Industry Council's public sector division was establishing a permanent administration role that directs cyber activities across the government.
If containers continue to advance into federal enterprise IT, they could spell the end of monolithic legacy applications.
After questions were raised about a pioneering agency's productivity, an outside review suggests improvements -- but declares the telework program essentially sound.
New guidelines will be aimed at bolstering contractor cybersecurity in the wake of breaches that originated with vendors.
It's a timeless question — and the answer might not be as clear-cut as agencies think.
It's more than simply rolling up the traditional risk management efforts — and it's increasingly critical for agencies.
GSA expects to do about $250 million worth of business a year with the Department of Homeland Security under the OASIS memorandum.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.