Hackers will hack. Can Congress help protect Americans' personal information? And should states be pushed aside in the interest of uniformity?
At the Pentagon's first-ever Laboratory Day, researchers from Air Force, Army and Navy labs won $45 million to develop quantum computing.
The rise of criminal shared services has been startling, says the FBI’s John Riggi. "The bad guys have figured out that cooperation works."
The Marine Corps' top IT leader is winding down a 34-year career.
Excepted-service hiring authority is a welcome tool for some agencies, but it's temporary relief in the ongoing struggle to snatch up digital services talent — and it has been a long time coming.
An ambitious deadline to transition U.S. control over a key piece of global Internet architecture to an international multi-stakeholder group will likely not be met.
"You can't manage what you can't measure," was the message delivered by Sen. Tom Carper.
ACT-IAC's "Management of Change" conference will try to pin down the un-pinnable: a culture of innovation.
Analysts say Defense Secretary Ashton Carter needs to seize the reins of the bureaucracy to push innovation.
Once a "poster child for IT," the IRS's high-profile problems are now all too similar to those experienced by other agencies.
The authors of a new report have a slate of 11 recommendations for Congress to modernize its data posture.
The Office of Biometric Identity Management wants to replace the Automated Biometric Identification System.
News in Brief
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
Behind the buzzwords and pointless analytics lie real potential, but agencies and the private sector still struggle to use big data effectively.
In aiming to curtail any "net neutrality" proposals, appropriators might nick the agency's IT spending.