Spending on cybersecurity is tucked away in many different budget line items, not always clearly labeled, and has come to pervade spending accounts and areas of attention throughout varying agency levels.
Funding for clandestine activities is considerably higher than previously thought, documents reveal.
Rules limiting procurement from China are only part of the international picture.
The General Services Administration is being simultaneously praised and pummeled by organizations interested in its $60 billion One Acquisition Solutions for Integrated Services multiple award contracts.
Media reports detail the human-risk factors that facilitated leaks.
The government has been wasting money in IT for the past decade, so blaming the current budget situation for a refusal to innovate is misplaced.
Five agencies set to provide qualifying information for Affordable Care Act's Data Services Hub.
Amendment assuages USfalcon's concern; second protest remains underway.
A program designed to fast-track network capabilities for troops is too often letting inferior technologies advance, GAO finds.
Three Air Force organizations have expressed a desire to use GSA's OASIS contract.
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