Though DOD is months away from making an award in its $11 billion electronic health record contract, IBM and health record partner Epic are readying plans to transform the way the military provides health care to service members and families.
CBP leadership contends that the inspector general’s criticism is too simplistic a way to look at the efficacy of border technology.
A draft RFP is aimed at streamlining support for Defense Department information networks.
Medical records of as many as 485,000 employees might also have been exposed, in cases reaching back to 1980.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
A Commerce Department advisory council hopes to quantify innovation and measure the effectiveness of incubators and federal grants.
The omnibus spending bill includes $144 million for the new DHS site and $35 million for GSA’s civilian cyber campus.
Border security now means not only the basic metrics of apprehensions, but using that data to gauge and interdict looming threats.
The move could empower data scientists and programmers to build securities analysis tools that scale across the entire U.S. market.
The website flaw has been fixed, but the VA is planning further investigation of possible exfiltration of data from its network.
The bureau’s cybersecurity job requirements require applicants to complete a stiff physical fitness test, even though most of their time will likely be spent behind a desk.
The intelligence community's research shop wants to move beyond the typical emphasis on "post mortem analysis."
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