Federal networks produce an astounding amount of data. Agencies are now trying to figure out how much of it to save, and for how long.
Federal law enforcement officials say national reporting standards could help investigators uncover culprits.
One big winner is likely to be NOAA, which is gearing up to launch new weather satellites in 2016-17.
A report from the DOT inspector general found longstanding problems with cost increases, schedule slips and performance shortfalls.
The contract extension comes as the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers fosters a dramatic expansion of the domain naming pool.
The overall changes are modest compared to fiscal 2014, but many individual agency budgets see much larger swings.
If cloud providers are also brokers, can an agency be sure its interests are put first?
Few specifics were revealed, but the trend is clearly toward tech and away from troops.
About 14 percent of all agency-issued devices went unused for seven months, says a report from NASA IG Paul Martin.
Steve Kelman looks at the latest example of tradeoffs inherent in internet innovation.
All the net savings come on the defense side, where the request for IT funding is down about 6 percent from fiscal 2014 spending.
The executive training proposal complements a broader, $56 billion plan aimed at improving customer service by federal agencies.