The top White House cybersecurity adviser suggests civilian agencies could take a page from the Pentagon's handbook.
Kirstjen Nielsen told a Senate committee that a planned border wall won't span the entire southern border and that cyberattacks have entered a more potent phase in their evolution.
The $700 billion defense bill now poised for final passage includes provisions to modernize agency IT through revolving funds and allow for for easy, off-the-shelf Pentagon procurement.
Compliance only gets you so far, explained one senior official.
An oversight report found the Office of Personnel Management unready for its annual cyber audit, while the agency says that the CDM program will help mature agency efforts.
The mission of the research arm of the Department of Homeland Security isn't helped by new budget priorities, a former undersecretary told a House Homeland Security subcommittee.
Analysis of high resolution satellite images yielded data that supported recovery efforts after Harvey and Irma.
The Department of Veterans Affairs also plans to roll out a series of initiative throughout November to improve its veterans' benefits services.
One major federal contractor is seeing more bridge contracts as agencies put the brakes on procurements while reorganizations take shape.
FAA wants companies and local governments to work together on tests to support more low-altitude commercial drone use.
John Kammerer, NSA's technical director of high performance computing solutions, wants the federal government to pay more attention to startups.
A bipartisan quartet of lawmakers introduced legislation that would compel the Department of Veterans Affairs to document how it plans to implement its new electronic health record system.