A House committee wants the General Services Administration to ensure that its primary contractor database contains accurate information on companies that are delinquent on their taxes.
The Justice Department said changes to criminal rules will help catch pedophiles and cybercriminals, but privacy advocates say the rules are a dangerous expansion of government hacking powers.
The government has been trying for years to balance privacy, convenience and security for agencies' online customers. Can the latest efforts finally get traction?
The Office of Personnel Management has put a hiring freeze on most Senior Executive Service positions to take effect Dec. 7, the same day President Obama has asked political appointees to hand in their resignations.
The Presidential Innovation Fellows program, one of President Barack Obama's digital service initiatives, is taking applications for yearlong stints starting in spring 2017.
Top defense and intelligence officials are pushing for the removal of the head of the NSA and U.S. Cyber Command in what appears to be a last-minute bid to split the two entities.
A procedural shift makes it easier for federal law enforcement to investigate attacks that use devices scattered across the country.
The Pentagon announced a new policy to put efforts that allow hackers to explore DOD websites for vulnerabilities on firmer legal footing.
The government-in-waiting announced a roster of landing team leaders to handle the details of the transition on an agency-by-agency basis.
A panel of business, technology and academia leaders is finalizing ideas for how to approach cybersecurity in the next decade.
A new report reveals how federal agencies manage broadband wireless spectrum via a graphics-based software tool, which can help in the effort to free spectrum for commercial use.
Tony Scott said he has not ruled out the possibility of working with the Trump administration, if offered the chance.