IT cost overruns and fears of low online response rates have contributed to a steep upward revision of the costs of counting the U.S. population in 2020.
A motion to dismiss a lawsuit against President Trump argues that a president gets to decide what is and isn't a presidential record.
New legislation would improve security and oversight of connected devices.
Why the Army needs to solve its communication problem with Congress if it hopes to secure more funding.
IT modernization legislation looks to avoid the end-of-year spending spree, but some say time pressure can spark creativity.
Pushing forward with the department's reorganization plan, Defense Secretary James Mattis said "it's time to roll up our sleeves and get on with it."
A new White House immigration wish list calls for 100 percent employer participation in DHS' online worker status verification system.
How a 1997 military exercise sparked the eventual creation of a unified combatant command for cyber.
The NAACP has filed a lawsuit against the Commerce Department alleging the agency illegally withheld internal documents regarding the Census Bureau's preparation for the 2020 count.
The FBI began construction of a new data center in Pocatello, Idaho, that will eventually consolidate duties of dozens of its other data facilities.
An audit found that the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation's protocols for responding to a data breach weren't followed, even as the agency has faced dozens of security incidents in the past two years.
Two longtime federal IT leaders discuss the pros and cons of elevating agency CIOs in the executive branch power structure.