The congressional inquiry joins other investigations launched after the deadly shooting rampage.
Congressional hearing, new reports explore program-management challenges and the problems that launch delays could produce.
Aaron Alexis, the assailant in a shooting rampage at the Navy Yard, had been awarded a security clearance despite a past that should have raised red flags. Now the DOD, the Navy and an independent board will examine the process by which the clearances are evaluated.
Predictive analytics could provide early identification of firms heading for trouble.
As agencies made clear during Wikileaks disclosures, classified documents that have been leaked are still classified.
Department privacy officials argues that some IG policy recommendations are unrealistic and would be ineffective.
Universities are graduating only a fraction of the data scientists that federal agencies need.
New report offers tips on recruiting and organizing internal cyber-staff.
Plans by a financial regulator to collect information on potentially hundreds of millions of credit card and other accounts has House Republicans demanding answers.
Users should hold off on a standard approved years ago while NIST and the public get another chance to evaluate it.
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