Despite the potential danger of the cyber threat and a rising chorus of voices urging action, the government seems to be making only halting progress. There are several reasons for that, and no easy solutions.
A program intended to speed up the acquisition of technology is falling behind schedule, according to reports.
DISA claims half a million accounts migrated to cloud service, predicts on-schedule completion.
First GSA, then the VA, now an Army officer allegedly involved in frivolous spending. Who's next?
The Global Combat Support System will give the Army better insights into managing its supplies.
DOD is in a race against technology to maintain authority and security amid the explosion of social media.
The Obama administration is trying to change some wording in the acquisition rules make it easier to set aside R&D solicitations.
Who watches the watchers? At DISA, the IG's office may itself be in need of some oversight.
Agencies have quietly been adding augmented reality to their bag of tech tricks for years.
Conventional wisdom holds that federal budget cuts lead to less spending on contracts and, therefore, to job declines. Is that really true?
The DOD hasn't been able to conduct a successful audit, but a new bill would turn up the heat.
As a hearing intended to help prepare for the effects of sequestration degenerates into a partisan shouting match, one embarrassed congressman calls the event a 'spectacle.'