A bill that will allow DHS to hire cybersecurity professionals faster and pay them more now heads to the president for his signature.
IT spending was not a sticking point in the negotiations, but there were some developments worth noting.
The Science and Technology Directorate came in dead last in employee satisfaction for the second time, and Undersecretary Reginald Brothers said he wants to confront the problem head on.
How NASA and other agencies are using contests to bring better ideas into acquisition.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
Automation and the orchestration of multiple systems are essential to defending against today's cyber threats, which requires a new approach to security operations centers.
A new inspector general's report says the Defense Department has not adequately trained acquisition and contract specialists who buy cloud services.
The measure signals a certain impatience with the way the military is adapting -- or not adapting -- to new technological realities.
The incoming GOP Senate majority is likely to focus on how the government regulates the growing universe of networks and connected devices.
Feds worried about a replay of the 2013 standoff that led to a two-week lapse in the government's spending authority shouldn't plan on another round of shutdown beards.
A memo from Administrator Anne Rung outlines a plan to spread the gospel of strategic sourcing and category management governmentwide.
GAO and Treasury representatives told lawmakers that implementation of the Data Act is about to enter a crucial phase.