It has been more than two years since Lockheed Martin nabbed a $4.6 billion contract to manage DOD's global data network.
The former Hill staffer and tech association executive has launched Hettinger Strategy Group.
IG finds "potential criminal activity," but the investigation is on hold pending settlement of a dispute with a vendor over software licensing rights.
David Bowen, the Defense Health Agency's director of health IT, has a seriously complex to-do list.
As mobile becomes ubiquitous in business, a new survey finds application security and access to corporate systems remain among users' chief concerns.
The former GSA head was named chief operating officer at Artemis Real Estate Partners in Chevy Chase.
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While Congress debates the next step in DHS funding, the department is preparing for the worst.
DNI James Clapper is less worried about a cyber Pearl Harbor than death from a thousand cuts.
The department is seeking an increase in information security spending from $156 million in 2015 to $180.3 million for 2016.
The average public sector organization uses 721 cloud services, says a new report from Skyhigh Networks.
The Communicating with Computers program isn't necessarily looking to develop artificial intelligence, but DARPA is not exactly ruling it out either.