Harris Corp. has warned that hacking is much less difficult in IP and wireless environments than with hardwired systems, which could prove problematic for air traffic control.
Lawmakers are weighing several options, but disagreements about definitions and regulatory reach could stymie the effort.
OMB needs to be more consistent if the law is to achieve its purpose of avoiding waste and duplication, a new report says.
The executive order will apply only to new federal contracts or contract replacements beginning next year.
Response has been generally positive, but concerns remain about privacy, incentives and other items not addressed by the framework.
Brokers are becoming an integral part of helping the public sector realize the full benefits of cloud technology.
The primary targets of the National Institute of Standards and Technology guidelines are the owners and operators of privately run critical infrastructure.
The Air Force is increasingly handling its IT purchasing problems by partnering with other Pentagon agencies and the private sector.
Organizations as diverse as the Sunlight Foundation and Gun Owners of America want the legislation passed without the changes proposed by OMB.
Are bid protests really booming? Here's the five-year trend -- and an explanation of how the process actually works.
A New York Times story on NSA vulnerabilities bears a striking resemblance to a report by Republicans on the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee detailing problems at other agencies.
A request for information seeks suggestions on how to keep telephone metadata accessible to spy agencies without the government storing it.