Richard Spires, CIO at the Homeland Security Department and vice chairman of the CIO Council, talks about what he's doing to encourage the sharing of best practices governmentwide.
A former employee of Dell Perot Systems gets prison time for altering computer systems records so illegal aliens could get valid U.S. passports, Nextgov reports.
Three federal CIOs have found TechStat vital to adhering to OMB's 25-point IT reform plan.
A spat between TSA and Texas legislature has thrust airport pat-downs into the spotlight once again, with the debate pitting personal privacy against national security.
A proposed rule has unsettled some European leaders, who are rankled by U.S. efforts to collect information such as travelers' addresses and credit card numbers.
Proposed cybersecurity legislation’s reliance on the 77-year-old Telecommunications Act could give the president broad powers over the Internet during an emergency.
Despite his efforts to go off the grid, Osama bin Laden's dependence on technology might lead to the biggest blow to his terrorist group.
Proposed legislation from the White House would put the Homeland Security Department in charge of federal agencies' cybersecurity.
Connecticut will comply with Real ID, starting this fall.
FEMA has turned to the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency for help in predicting the effects of potential Mississippi River flooding and providing imagery of areas devastated by flood waters and tornadoes.
DHS' cybersecurity leader has resigned and will leave the department in June.
Daniel Patrick Forrester explains why the most effective leaders are those who take time away from multitasking to think reflectively.