The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency looks for new challenges in a post-Iraq, post-Afghanistan world.
The nationwide wireless network for first responders is "ramping up quickly" and is also eyeing office space in Colorado for its technical staff.
Top officials were alerted to the potential for serious problems six months before the troubled site’s Oct. 1 launch.
TSA's expedited screening procedures for active duty troops will be expanded 10-fold before Christmas, in part by getting rid of card scanners.
The measure includes oversight authority aimed at ensuring the accuracy of spending data, a provision lacking in companion Senate legislation.
Security concerns and legacy systems have kept the Pentagon from fully embracing the latest technology trend.
The website's continuing troubles show why agencies must rethink system testing.
Internal memo reportedly says "widespread problem" involves Energy, HHS and the Army.
New framework aids in FedRAMP compliance for all 22 department components.
The problems with large federal IT projects are deep, broad and mostly immune to quick fixes. So what's to be done?