The mission of the new Biological Technologies Office is to explore the intersection of technology and the physical sciences.
The proposed transition has wide support from industry, but some are concerned that changes could empower foreign governments to expand their control over the architecture of the Internet.
An uptick in attacks could be tied to the pending expiration of support for the Windows XP operating system.
Nomination requires Senate approval; no replacement named for general's current post as Air Force deputy assistant secretary for contracting.
GSA's digital incubator program has some private-sector leaders wondering if the agency is encroaching on their territory.
Too much public data still flows through for-profit intermediaries, Spencer Rascoff said.
When GSA announced its in-house development startup, it got people talking, and not all the chatter was positive.
Steve Kelman looks at four fundamental factors that can determine whether a large-scale IT project fails or flourishes.
The Intelligence and National Security Alliance wants potential victims to pay attention to strategy rather than tactics.
Several proposals would require access to consumer databases as well as records from local and state law enforcement and federal financial regulators.
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