Commissioner Gil Kerlikowske assured appropriators that his agency is moving ahead with cost-efficient programs to monitor borders and ports of entry.
Braulio Castillo gained notoriety last year when Congress questioned the validity of his firm's service-disabled veteran-owned small business status. Now he stands accused of killing his estranged wife and co-owner, Michelle.
GSA's digital incubator program has some private-sector leaders wondering if the agency is encroaching on their territory.
When GSA announced its in-house development startup, it got people talking, and not all the chatter was positive.
Steve Kelman looks at four fundamental factors that can determine whether a large-scale IT project fails or flourishes.
The Intelligence and National Security Alliance wants potential victims to pay attention to strategy rather than tactics.
The fiscal 2015 budget proposal continues the Obama administration's effort to create a more responsive, agile and dynamic government.
Advances in IT provide an opportunity for DOD to rethink how it acquires, designs and builds unmanned systems.
The Senate Appropriations chairwoman -- whose state is home to more than 100,000 federal employees -- could be agencies' best hope for a return to regular order.
Chairman Tom Wheeler calls his agency's computer systems incompatible and highly inefficient.
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