Lawmakers continue to wrestle over issues related to cybersecurity, privacy and procurement reform.
SRA International's protest of an HHS cloud contract failed because the firm did not document its qualification for an authority to operate under FedRAMP.
The latest plan sets a timeline for implementing an open-source software policy by the end of 2015, among other goals.
The Pentagon's health record procurement is part of a push to standardize processes across the military.
Less than a year after he arrived to calm the roiled waters at the tech industry association, Mike Hettinger has been dismissed as head of the group's public-sector practice.
Trust management enforces granular privacy, security and organizational policies for gathering and protecting personally identifiable information.
Members of the House and Senate disagree over whether the DHS consolidation is serving the best interests of taxpayers or the department.
Bipartisan legislation would give DHS the authority to suspend participation in the Visa Waiver program for any country that fails to provide information related to terror threats.
The exact size of the security clearance re-check backlog is closely held by the government, but it could affect more than 1.1 million individuals.
Cisco's Alan Balutis shares his thoughts on what will happen in the coming year.
The next phase of defense acquisition reform is an effort to balance strategic spending on technology with budget pressures.
Continuing resolution will fund agencies through Dec. 11.