After a years-long transition, the U.S. will finally transfer control of the IANA function -- the "address book of the internet" -- to a global, multistakeholder organization.
DHS has awarded $100,000 each to four small innovators to explore the use of blockchain for identity management.
The Social Security Administration is relaxing a recent security directive for beneficiaries, because of potential user inconvenience.
The agency charged with protecting the nation’s nuclear weapons stockpile installed new sensors at its weapons components plant to better protect it from the heavens.
The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency will use Unisys to move to the cloud under a new contract.
Professional tax preparers are targets in a new email scam that opens the door for keystroke-logger malware.
GSA helping federal agencies manage OMB data center directive.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is rounding up options for potential off-the-shelf health records software to replace its homegrown VistA product.
The General Services Administration gets high marks on an inspector general IT security assessment.
As the 2020 enumeration draws ever closer, key lawmakers want assurances that the Census Bureau is managing risks in IT acquisition.
GSA unveiled the report template cloud service providers can use to get in the agency’s fast-lane program for FedRAMP approval.
The U.S. Digital Service turns two this week, and although the program is not without its critics, it gets good grades for the innovative technology services it brings to government.