The Air Force Reserve is showing higher retention rates among cyber operators compared to its general workforce.
Almost a decade in the making, a frequency sharing program involving Defense Department spectrum and commercial users is open for business.
Auditors want artificial intelligence tools to monitor fraud and abuse, but the new tech is slow to penetrate agencies.
A pressing data center closure schedule and an ensuing scramble to move applications means that some Homeland Security components might need more than one hop to get to the cloud.
Will Roper, the Air Force's acquisition head is pushing for a new flying car project and massively scaled agile software development processes across the service.
A Senate subcommittee advanced a spending bill Sept. 17 that zeros out new funding for the central Technology Modernization Fund authorized under the Modernizing Government Technology Act.
In the coming year, the Office of Management and Budget plans a new look at the details of how to work with cloud service providers and other vendors on data sharing and product development.
The Office of Personnel Management is following through on Trump administration plans to make it easier to fire and penalize federal employees.
The Department of Health and Human Services is using a recurrent network to get smarter about its acquisition efforts.
The Department of Treasury has released a new acquisition road map designed to shepherd the IRS into the cloud era while emphasizing buying to support shared services.
The Pentagon's innovation arm looks to expand predictive maintenance technology to Navy ships.
Lazarus Group, a hacking group tied to North Korean and two of its affiliates are the latest APT group to get the 'name and shame' treatment from the U.S. government.