Lawmakers are closing in on an effort to reverse a Trump administration move to sideline a cyber diplomacy function at State.
Two years after the Get Transcript breach, officials at the tax agency are still getting dinged for insufficient protection of sensitive taxpayer data.
The government wants to crack down on cybersecurity threats and counterfeits in the global tech supply chain without harming U.S. companies.
The Defense Information Systems Agency is spearheading a continuous monitoring solution that it hopes will virtually eliminate the reinvestigation process for security clearance holders and reduce the backlog of more than 700,000 cases.
The plan would strip the Office of Personnel Management of its authority over background investigations and make the Pentagon the central hub for security clearance authority in the federal government.
In an industry day for its planned e-commerce portal, GSA officials addressed vendor concerns and pressed for more ideas on how to develop the effort.
A White House proposal would harmonize multiple federal programs for small business funding and contracting certification at the Small Business Administration.
A White House plan to reorganize and consolidate agencies across government includes changes to federal employee services and customer experience.
House and Senate appropriators differ by $1 billion in their bills to fund the Census Bureau in fiscal year 2019.
If the just-suspended border separation policy is ever resumed, officials may have to confront the fact that disparate immigration systems are not equipped to handle the reunification of separated families.
As DOD modernizes, make better use of its vast data stores is essential.
A new bipartisan bill looks to build capacity inside the federal government to evaluate supply chain risks with an eye to making sure the government buys secure tech.