The Coast Guard has terminated its controversial Deepwater ship and boat replacement program after a decade.
A new initiative between government and private sector aims to boost cybersecurity for the power grid and keep hackers at bay.
Like the case of the dog that ate the homework, guidance sent to dozens of state and local fusion and emergency op centers has gone unusued and, in some cases, disappeared, audit finds.
A difficult program could become a platform for better choices next time, with lessons that other agencies can also use.
The Coast Guard's decade-old Deepwater acquisition program is over, but the difficult experience taught important lessons, officials say.
Customs and Border Protection Commission Alan Bersin, never confirmed by the Senate, is resiging Dec. 30.
The National Cyber Security Division director will leave her post near the end of January.
The Homeland Security Department picked up money for cyber protection, but lost dollars in first-responder grants.
Former Coast Guard officials need more guidance on the restrictions and ethics rules about working for contractors, according to a new congressional audit.
The Homeland Security Department published its new framework for cybersecurity outlining steps for infrastructure protection and the cyber ecosystem.
After high-profile domain seizures, some question the process of Operation In Our Sites.
DHS Acting Inspector General Charles Edwards provides a comprehensive overview of nine major management concerns at the department.