A new public-private collaboration looks to distribute usable data that can help analysts and others understand and unwind conflicts on the ground.
The final report by an FAA-backed rulemaking committee recommends categorizing drones by size and permitting some to be operated over people not directly involved in the operation of the aircraft.
Senior officials at GAO and OMB agree that clear governance will make or break Data Act reporting, and that guidance will take shape in the next few weeks.
The sharp decline reflects a concerted effort by the Obama administration to tighten the background-check process.
After accessing a terrorist's iPhone without Apple's help, the FBI says it will take cues from the American people when it comes to the future of encryption.
Changes to GSA's Schedule 70 portal are designed to make it easier for new companies to enter the federal IT market.
Given the public's increasing expectations for government services to be available from anywhere, agencies might have to ditch incremental change in favor of transformation.
A sudden burst of interest in copyright law threatened to take down Regulations.gov and, activists worried, keep people's voices from being heard.
State Department official Chris Painter backs capacity building to sustain the progress made on the administration's International Strategy for Cyberspace.
Security leaders said the upcoming federal CISO should be willing to collaborate, build on the ideas they've been brewing and give them greater influence in federal circles.
Defense Department has plans for cooperating with civil authorities for myriad security situations, but lacks specific guidance when it comes to cyber incidents according to a government watchdog.
The move would acknowledge the maturation of the five-year-old command as it supports U.S. operations against Islamic State and other high-level missions.