In a new study, the U.S. ranks 10th among 44 countries most vulnerable to a cyberattack, and a former top Justice official said companies need to focus on resiliency.
A DOD oversight report, released in response to a Freedom of Information Act request from FCW and other outlets, sheds light on the complications that arise when the military puts its drones to use domestically.
Report to Congress reveals the department has given some workers special accounts that bypass DHS data access control policies.
"We increasingly need to reach out to commercial companies," many of which are unfamiliar with federal acquisition regulations, said Jennifer Walsmith, NSA's senior acquisition executive.
A flaw discovered late last year degrades the jet's radar, forcing pilots to turn it off and on in mid-flight, said Maj. Gen. Jeffrey Harrigian, director of the Air Force's F-35 Integration Office.
Supporters have high hopes for the DHS Science and Technology Directorate’s new Silicon Valley outpost, but for now, the office is a modest affair.
The IP PIN program was taken down, possibly over concerns similar to those that gutted the "Get Transcript" app last year.
DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson hopes to build his legacy by shoring up the cyber workforce and driving management reforms.
The Department of Veterans Affairs announced 21 contract awards on its Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology Next Generation acquisition program.
Veteran IT planner Bill Zielinski will direct category management solutions for GSA's IT acquisition services as the agency moves closer to its category-focused goals.
The General Services Administration is searching new leadership for it largest IT purchasing program, and separately named an agency IT Category executive.
The Obama administration opens another front in its long-standing bid to push open data as fuel for private sector innovation.