A new report from the Defense Department's operational test and evaluation director says the Joint Regional Security Stacks program is undermanned and should be halted until security issues are resolved.
A U.S. District judge said that planned recalls of feds during shutdowns for activities not directly related to protecting life or property could violate the Antideficiency Act.
House and Senate appropriators are trying to hash out a deal for Homeland Security funding that the president will sign – and tech will likely play a big part.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is failing to meet key data center optimization requirements under the Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act, a new government audit finds.
Acquisition agencies are prepared for, but not necessarily expecting, a surge in post-shutdown buying.
In its first civilian-focused hiring event, the Air Force’s software factory Kessel Run looks to bring on about 30 new personnel.
The Office of Personnel Management is directing agencies to pay employees impacted by the partial shutdown as soon as possible, but warns that the initial payroll could require some corrections after the fact.
Oracle's push to crack open Amazon's bid to run the DOD's $10 billion cloud program and hear from former Amazon employees was rejected by a judge.
The Office of Management and Budget issued a memo instructing agencies to reopen after a continuing resolution ending the 35-day shutdown was signed into law.
President Trump announced a deal with Congress to fund the government while negotiations for border security priorities take place.
The research arm of the Defense Department looks to a Colorado mine for next leg of its tunnel mapping tech challenge.
The upcoming expiration of a handful of key provisions in the Patriot Act at the end of the year could set up another battle in Congress over the size and scope of U.S. surveillance authorities.