Mandatory ID checks for social media platforms could help fight propaganda, but experts worry about privacy tradeoffs.
The Federal Aviation Administration's top data officer wants to take a layered approach to how it develops U.S. air traffic control IT systems.
Air Force Materiel Command's 96th Test Wing is modernizing the way the service tests weapons systems for cybersecurity vulnerabilities.
After months of review, the defense secretary has recused himself from decisions regarding the controversial $10 billion JEDI cloud buy.
The Second Chance Act aims to help lower barriers for otherwise eligible federal employment applicants with criminal records.
Extremist views on public land control put federal employees at risk, and government officials have played a part, according to the chairwoman of a House subcommittee.
A new toolkit from the Office of Personnel Management focuses on using data to understand and improve employee-manager relations.
The IRS should focus the next year on modernizing IT, improving security controls for its primary e-filing tool, eliminating critical vulnerabilities in servers used for personal devices and addressing its "serious" human capital crisis, according to Treasury auditors.
The Department of Homeland Security announced it would eliminate conflict-of-interest restrictions in a pair of highly connected procurements to allow vendors to bid on both.
Public-facing systems at two agencies will get millions to help with the move to the cloud.
The Small Business Administration joined a few other agencies with a big early autumn telecommunications contract.
The Army Artificial Intelligence Task Force is looking to start a cyber project this year just in time for its third annual industry day.