Technology that would enable vehicles to avoid impending crashes has moved into the real-world test stage, but creation of the massive wireless communications network required to make such a system work remains a major roadblock.
Although a detailed, public-facing database of government spectrum use is not in the offing, the government is working to free up more bandwidth for commercial providers.
Defense Secretary: Terror threat has 'metastasized,' spreading to technologies where the U.S. previously enjoyed a strategic advantage.
The HeathCare.gov debacle makes clear the importance of smart acquisition practices.
As NIST nears the completion of its cybersecurity framework, DHS is preparing plans to make it 'user-friendly' for the owners and operators of critical infrastructure components.
Readers take issue with a recent report on the value of certifications.
There are plenty of trouble spots that could have been avoided, Richard Spires argues. And they all boil down to shortfalls in program management.
The House Veterans Affairs Committee has directed six formal inquiries to VA's Office of Information and Technology since Oct. 23, totaling more than 100 questions concerning routine IT security practices.
The Advanced Baseline Imager is the new NOAA satellite's primary instrument for scanning the planet’s weather, oceans and environment.
CMS identifies "emblematic" private-sector contributors and clarifies team structures, as Issa presses tech firms for assistance details.
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