Citizens should have insight into the legislative process, which the House-passed bill doesn't offer, according to an OMB official.
Dramatic rhetoric underscores importance of cybersecurity legislation.
Incremental approach to IT project management is intended to save money and move IT projects ahead faster.
Sequestration and other hurdles pose challenges for federal IT, but it's not all bad news.
A "cyber Pearl Harbor is a real possibility, defense secretary warns.
Who earns more, federal employees or their private-sector counterparts? It all depends on whom, and how, you ask.
Although the concerns have morphed a bit, the government is still struggling to address the challenges FCW highlighted in our first issues back in 1987.
New initaitive will zero in on efforts to man the cyber frontlines.
Former Rep. Jack Brooks (D-Texas) dominated IT procurement policy and oversight for decades.
As Congress battles over cybersecurity laws, a few lawmakers are looking for agreement.
John Koskinen helped the U.S. brace for Y2K -- and in doing so changed federal IT.
The Selective Service System, which would administer a military draft if needed, hasn't been reevaluated in nearly 20 years, according to a GAO report.