A new White House report is aimed at boosting the development of artificial intelligence technology in the U.S.
Key lawmakers want to make sure the Census Bureau is leaving enough time to acquire and test critical IT systems to support the 2020 population count.
The Obama administration might retaliate against Russia for alleged hacks on political targets, while DHS advises state and local governments to shore up election system security.
The Secretary of the Navy says that the service is too dependent on networks and is taking steps to relearn analog communications methods.
After schedule delays, the Department of Defense plans to deploy its new electronic health record at Fairchild Air Force Base in early 2017.
The Pentagon's joint IT service is borrowing cultural elements often associated with social media companies to advance its IT modernization push, but not without resistance.
Secretary of State John Kerry called on the technology industry for help with staffing and ideas for the agency's Global Engagement Center.
U.S. Chief Information Security Officer Greg Touhill said he doesn't plan on going anywhere come January and is moving to improve federal cybersecurity awareness and coordination.
The Department of Health and Human Services issued rules for how stewards of sensitive health data should approach cloud technology.
An inspector general audit revealed that the Agriculture Department does not have adequate internal controls to prevent incorrectly categorizing or improperly releasing classified information.
The Office of Personnel Management's payroll and workforce data is unreliable and needs to be made more available for use by other agencies, according to a government watchdog.
Several Democratic senators sent a letter asking the FCC to determine whether law enforcement agencies' use of cell-site simulators is disrupting regular phone service.