The FedRAMP program that took effect in 2012 and a FISMA reform being considered by Congress are combining to raise agency concerns over compliance.
The government is beginning to tackle the need for cybersecurity professionals through training and education efforts aimed at all levels.
Despite sequestration pressures, the Pentagon is still working to extend mobile beyond the Blackberry.
After hackers faked a tweet appearing to be from the Associated Press, agencies wasted no time taking steps to keep it from happening to them.
A compromised Labor website off-line as officials determine problem's scope.
Harvard's Kennedy School recognizes programs from GSA, NARA and other agencies as among the most creative and effective.
The 112,000 federal employees who participated in this year's event during the week of March 4 were 'equal if not more productive' while working remotely than when in the office.
Pro-telework conference details savings, flexibility as more agencies virtualize the workplace.
A 30-day approval process is critical to getting new tools into the field, Pentagon official says. But is that realistic?
USAID's mission demands a very different approach to mobile projects than other agencies take.
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