The Pentagon's Joint Artificial Intelligence Center has partnered with the General Services Administration to accelerate government's AI adoption.
A federal appeals court decision paves the way for the Trump Administration put its three workforce executive orders into effect.
How the U.S. Digital Service takes the temperature of acquisition culture as a prelude to reform.
Nagging concerns about Huawei's cyber threat to emerging 5G infrastructure, prompts former DHS officials to advocate standardized, open-source-based development of wireless gear.
The Department of Homeland Security's information security practices have gone from good to better, according to a new inspector general audit.
Federal employee unions heard from leaders and members of Congress as they push back on proposed changes to federal workforce rules.
Some of the more significant acquisition reforms suggested by the congressionally mandated Section 809 Panel won't be up for a vote in the 2020 National Defense Authorization Act.
The General Services Administration is considering how to make software-defined network offerings more cohesive under its $50 billion telecommunications contract.
The White House is stressing upgrades in customer experience and some front line officials say the human touch is key.
In tandem with creating a new information warfare command, the Air Force released a new strategy to address digital warfare over the next decade.
The top cyber official at DHS said his agency is already taking on many of the defunct White House cybersecurity coordinator's old responsibilities.
After some delay, the Air Combat Command will combine its 24th (cyber) and 25th (intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance) Numbered Air Forces into one.