Alan Balutis argues we should let CIOs perform as the Clinger-Cohen Act intended before reinventing the role yet again.
Stephen Volz will shepherd programs to build and launch the next generation of environmental satellites.
Recent research supports what economists have long argued: Sustained collaboration adds real value, but you have to work at it!
House Intelligence Chairman Mike Rogers picks up the trail of an ongoing dialogue between Congress and Cyber Command on the role of offense in U.S. cyber policy.
The government-wide IT contract's final awards were put off a month as NASA waded through 233 proposals.
The first batch of data covers $3.5 billion in payments from firms to health professionals between Aug. 1 and Dec. 31, 2013, but CMS and the AMA warned about drawing any definitive conclusions from it.
Here are four particularly insightful cybersecurity experts worth following on Twitter.
Two recent solicitations invite researchers to look at what defense and resiliency will look like when defensive measures are able to thwart most known attack methods and adversaries look to exploit a new class of vulnerabilities.
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Justice Department indicts four for stealing software used to train U.S. helicopter pilots, among other trade secrets.