The hot topics of 2014 are evolving quickly, and they present challenges and opportunities for federal agencies.
Former DNI says increased information-sharing, comprehensive legislation and international agreements are key.
The next step in making the most of cloud services is establishing effective acquisition strategies for federal agencies.
Although the measure stands little chance of becoming law, it provides a rhetorical launching pad for Democrats who accuse the GOP of demonizing federal workers.
The budget deal struck in January has introduced a semblance of predictability for feds and contractors.
The president’s plan would require a court order to collect information on individual accounts; the lawmakers’ bill would not.
IT integration remains a work in progress for disparate DHS components.
The move is the latest step in a longstanding plan to put 500 MHz of federal and non-federal spectrum into private hands.
Trying to determine when spy agencies are required to dispose of data is something of a mystery, even to them.
Feds hope to make a virtue of necessity by overhauling the acquisition landscape in response to stagnant IT budgets.
The federal government is lagging behind similar efforts in the private sector aimed at boosting security and saving money, says Brocade executive Anthony Robbins.
The government plans to move to a continuous evaluation method for security clearances, which will require new IT systems to store and search through data.