The Pentagon is sitting on a hoard of data but doesn't know what to do with it. A new report makes the case that artificial intelligence is the solution.
Health and finanical information are subject to special treatment under the law -– and some experts are wondering if agricultural data should get similar protection.
Alan Balutis and Don Upson debate the wisdom of a cabinet-level IT shop -- and a thorough reorganization of about a dozen other agencies.
The defense bill restores FAA registration requirements for small-drone operators, after rules were struck down by the Court of Appeals.
The General Services Administration adds cloud-friendly platforms to its biggest multiple award IT contract.
Long-awaited IT services GWAC includes 61 firms.
The Trump administration's plan to use predictive software to rate threats posed by immigrants, refugees and asylum seekers will result in discriminatory decisions, say a group of privacy advocates and computer scientists.
Customs and Border Protection's years-long march toward a unified import-export data system is nearing conclusion, but not without a couple of last-minute glitches.
John Rood, the Lockheed Martin executive nominated for undersecretary of defense for policy, is drawing questions on how he would treat his former firm.
To stay on track with an ambitious launch schedule, the Department of Veterans Affairs is looking to reprogram $374 million in current funds.
The North Korean cyber threat expands to include attacks against aviation, financial services and government, according to new federal advisories.
The DOD's IT shop is leveraging "other transaction authority" to buy leading-edge technology for prototypes and experiments.