The Vice Chief of Staff of the Army cautioned Congress that even a requested increase in funding won't be enough to get officials where they want to be.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter is pushing to solidify the Defense Department's relationships in Silicon Valley in the final year of the Obama administration.
Lawmakers are unsure whether the $3.1 billion plan to fund a rolling governmentwide tech refresh is a good bet.
Members of Congress from both sides of the aisle had serious questions about whether the FBI should be able to compel Apple to build software to support its investigative efforts.
The goal of the hacking campaign, which has intensified in recent weeks, is to cause Islamic State militants to "lose confidence in their networks," Defense Secretary Ash Carter said Feb. 29.
The 10 recently named federal category managers are meeting with industry and each other to hone buying oversight strategies.
The 2015 breach of the IRS' Get Transcript tool swept up far more taxpayer accounts than the IRS initially thought, an IG investigation has revealed.
The Cyberspace Vulnerability Assessment/Hunter weapon system, which detects threats and assesses compliance, is now fully operational.
Rep. Will Hurd told FCW he is concerned that the government is telling a private company how to build its software, and that strong encryption is good for the nation's security.
The Department of Homeland Security's cancellation of a huge cybersecurity solicitation leaves potential contractors upset and on the hook for costs sunk into bids.
The $6.7 billion the Defense Department wants to spend on cybersecurity in fiscal 2017 would take the military's cyber capabilities to the next level, Defense chiefs told Congress.
The HHS unit tasked with advancing health IT is behind and effort to coordinate conversation and research around electronic health record interoperability.