A week after winning the election, the Trump team has undergone leadership shuffles and has yet to reach out to the Defense Department to initiate transition talks.
Supporters are pressing for continuation of 18F and USDS, amid the uncertainty of tech policy in the coming Trump administration.
Agency-level CIOs tell legislators that real progress is being made, but uncertainty looms regarding Trump administration IT priorities -- and in some cases, about their own futures.
FedRAMP, 18F and the federal workforce as a whole face uncertain futures in the next administration, according to Rep. Gerry Connolly.
NIST's new guidance on security for the internet of things is not prescriptive like FIPS but instead offers a foundation for engineering security into connected devices.
Federal agencies will be able to sign up with the General Services Administration's contract writing as-a-service in the coming year.
As the new administration comes on board, leaders must understand the cybersecurity relationships protecting critical infrastructure, according to one expert.
Agencies get an updated definition of a cyber incident in a recent Federal Information Security Modernization Act memo.
Based on the "Hack the Pentagon" bug bounty program, the Army's effort will let military personnel and government civilians find vulnerabilities in the Army's recruiting websites.
The Office of Management and Budget is looking for more functionality, security, privacy and oversight of agencies' public-facing websites.
The IRS needs to implement more controls for IT contracts to meet federal requirements to protect agency systems and sensitive information.
Assistant Program Manager, Engineering Sea Warrior Program, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Atlantic, Department of the Navy