While a 'checklist' approach to cybersecurity is not effective, audits and compliance can be a tool for improvement.
White House threatens to veto measure that would pay essential employees during shutdown.
The unavailabilty of systems subject to the shutdown is making it harder for businesses to hire.
Although IBM plans to appeal a judge's ruling, Amazon Web Services is ready to go back to work.
As carrryover funding runs out, department succumbs to shutdown.
Washington heavyweights warn that the shutdown could be potentially disastrous for national security.
The government shutdown inserted another delay into GSA's OASIS timeline, but the agency now has a plan for moving ahead.
More than half of government IT leaders expect no increase spending on big data in 2014, survey reveals.
Oral arguments are about to begin in the U.S. Court of Federal Claims on AWS's appeal of a GAO decision that reopened the competition for a ground-breaking CIA contract.
In a week dominated by shutdown stories, a few other gems came as well.
Furloughed feds who want to take a temporary job can do so -- within limits.
GSA is pressing on with its OASIS contract, but closings at GAO and other agencies could pose problems.