Key oversight chairmanships will shift in the next Congress, thanks to Republicans' Senate wins and House GOP rules.
Which party wins control of the Senate might be less important to passage of key IT acquisition legislation than how much time is left on the legislative clock.
Slowly but surely, the agency's ability to handle cybersecurity has evolved -- but experts say key hurdles remain.
The chair and ranking member of the Senate Intelligence Committee say they've addressed privacy and liability concerns, and predict both chambers can move cyber legislation after the election.
News and notes from around the federal IT community
A key contributor to Clinger-Cohen argues that federal IT has failed to take advantage of the tools that law provided.
Agencies use different ways to count savings, making estimates difficult to pin down.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
The Information Technology Industry Council's Trey Hodgkins offers his forecast for the coming year.
House Intelligence Chairman Mike Rogers picks up the trail of an ongoing dialogue between Congress and Cyber Command on the role of offense in U.S. cyber policy.
While OMB is leading the development of data definition standards, Treasury is concentrating on data exchange standards.
Lawmakers continue to wrestle over issues related to cybersecurity, privacy and procurement reform.