While Congress debates the next step in DHS funding, the department is preparing for the worst.
The department is seeking an increase in information security spending from $156 million in 2015 to $180.3 million for 2016.
While a lapse in funding would have little “immediate operational impact” on cybersecurity, the longer-term ripple effects could be serious.
Poor execution, not poor planning, derails many new programs, but there are steps agencies can take to stay on track, despite the coming leadership changes.
Similar sites covering the Persian Gulf and Central Asia remain in operation.
Assistant Secretary Andy Ozment said the appropriations stalemate threatens crucial cybersecurity functions.
Technology problems are at the heart of a number of programs on GAO’s list of troubled federal initiatives.
Steve Kelman explains why this year's emphasis on performance management could be different.
Six agencies in particular would see significantly increased funding levels if the administration's budget shapes actual appropriations.
Overall IT spending is tabbed at $86.4 billion, with much of the increase driven by a hike in cybersecurity funding.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
The American Customer Satisfaction Index blames the decline on budget and staff cuts.
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