There is a debilitating "revolving door" in which the Navy trains IT professionals who then go on to lucrative jobs in the private sector, according to Navy Deputy CIO Janice Haith.
How the two chambers' bills get reconciled could have key implications for U.S. cyber policies.
GSA's Federal Acquisition Service plans to place acquisition experts in the new Technology Transformation Service to share knowledge on procurement strategies.
The Broadcasting Board of Governors isn't retiring inactive employee accounts quickly enough, according to an agency watchdog.
The Office of Intelligence and Analysis at DHS office needs to buff its info handling skills, according to an inspector general report.
Big data analytics are used in making determinations for credit, employment, and even criminal sentencing. Should the government make sure they are used fairly?
MilCloud 2.0 is a further bid by the Defense Department to embrace commercial cloud services to cut costs.
The United Kingdom will go live with its governmentwide digital identity platform, GOV.UK Verify, in the coming days. The U.S. government will need a little more time.
Two Democrats with oversight responsibilities are asking OPM for specifics about its transition and reorganization plans for a new bureau formed to handle background checks.
The FAA has made its database of hobbyists' and recreational users' unmanned aerial systems more widely available to the public.
The Justice Department says greater authority is necessary to pursue anonymous criminals, but some senators oppose what they say is an encroachment on Americans' digital rights.
The new policy signed by Navy Secretary Ray Mabus sets up a program for preventing insider threats, among other actions.