Census made several key slipups in its decision to award a $283 million mobile device contract for the 2020 population count, according to the Government Accountability Office.
A bipartisan quartet of lawmakers introduced legislation that would compel the Department of Veterans Affairs to document how it plans to implement its new electronic health record system.
Acquisition policy is focusing on more transparent, innovative buying methods that take cues from commercial markets.
There are no common standards for data collection and dissemination at private-sector cybersecurity information sharing groups, but that is expected to change soon.
A new bill looks to maintain the DHS designation of election systems as critical infrastructure while helping state officials access classified threat information.
An audit found that DHS is struggling to implement a unified immigration strategy and pointed to a series of breakdowns that illustrate a lack of communication and coordination between different offices.
The Department of Defense is six months into Project Maven, an effort to leverage AI for warfighting.
Two lawmakers are reviving a bid to improve cybersecurity at the Department of Health and Human Services by reorganizing cyber personnel and operations.
Congress still faces the decision whether to privatize air traffic control responsibilities and the jobs of 30,000 federal employees.
One lawmaker thinks it's time for a dedicated inspector general with the authority to do penetration testing of federal agency networks and systems.
The federal government has big plans for the Automated Indicator Sharing program, but agency officials and members of Congress continue to express frustration at the sluggish pace of enrollment.
Privacy advocates and security hawks in Congress are grappling over the future of surveillance.