Congress has until Dec. 1 to alter an administrative procedure change that would allow U.S. judges to issue warrants for the FBI to hack into computers outside U.S. jurisdiction.
A new bill would make it easier for the VA secretary to fire executives and rank-and-file employees.
As part of a new initiative to modernize student loan repayment, the U.S. Digital Service designed a web app that breaks down options for borrowers.
A new GAO report says the SEC's financial data could be accessed by former or disgruntled employees unless proper access management controls are instituted.
At a Capitol Hill conference, high-performance computer operators and vendors said the powerful machines should not be categorized as garden-variety IT for the purposes of procurement.
DOD CIO Terry Halvorsen has said he does not formally endorse the operating system, but software vendors believe his praise amounts to an endorsement.
A new training push might be equipping feds with skills that could help them jump to the private sector, but one leader says that's okay.
DHS is developing an IT/cybersecurity-specific hiring fair, and the agency might take the show on the road.
The idea is to use past insider threat incidents to stitch together profiles of future rogue employees.
The Social Security Administration's internal watchdog said modernization would help the agency keep personally identifiable information out of mailings to beneficiaries.
Two federal contracting groups don't like the Defense Department's selection process for its massive upcoming $17.5 billion multiple award IT contract.
DHS' Suzanne Spaulding stresses that, in order to protect the physical infrastructure on which our nation depends, government and private sector alike must bolster cybersecurity.