Pentagon claims another round of base closures could spare programs and ease mandated staff cuts, but some lawmakers are skeptical.
As laws restricting the ability of some major agencies to purchase from Chinese firms take hold, one company sets its sights elsewhere.
Laws a quarter-century old could get a refresh in a new bill that would smooth out inconsistencies.
The latest procurement reform bill ensures CIO budget authority, a 'sea change' according to one former CIO.
Lawmakers adds his voice to those demanding to know why the DHS CIO is on leave.
Controversial cyber bill approved on a 288-127 vote. The Senate blocked last year's version of the bill, and may do so again.
Reform bill relies on tech-centric solutions for border control, employment verification
The House passed three measures already this week, and will likely vote on a fourth -- CISPA -- on April 18. Here's what they mean for the broader cyber debate.
Administration urges changes to protect privacy, cement DHS role in public/private information sharing.
House details committees' planned reviews and investigations of the executive branch this Congress.
Three bills now move to the Senate, where Homeland Security Chairman Carper will determine that chamber's strategy for cyber legislation.
Veterans Affairs secretary assures senators that the VA will move forward on a joint electronic health records system, even as Pentagon officials are pausing to review their approach.
House expected to pass bill to prohibit federal employment for those with "seriously delinquent" tax bills.
Repeal of part of the STOCK Act passes with no fanfare, little explanation.
Carper's committee shows bipartisan support for the likely next budget director.
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