Lawmakers want answers from government officials and the private sector on how a distributed denial-of-service attack crippled leading websites last week.
Experts have some advice for the next administration on tackling open-data initiatives early in its term to improve government operations and service.
As the Obama administration nears its end, the service secretaries say technological threats will continue to grow and the DOD must reform how it develops systems and its workforce to keep pace with adversaries.
A new report says 18F has lost $36 million to date, "repeatedly overestimated revenue" and pushed back its projected break-even date to 2020.
Hack the Pentagon proved to Defense Department officials that outside hackers can be assets, not adversaries.
The GSA has introduced new capabilities and processes under its six-month-old Making It Easier program to attract new potential federal contractors.
Government cybersecurity officials say the presidential policy directive codifies cyber incident response protocols but doesn't radically change what's been in practice in recent years.
The Commerce Department's National Technical Information Service has chosen 35 companies and academic organizations to capitalize on the federal government's vast data assets.
The Air Force Space Command is taking over operations of a sophisticated telescope built to survey and track space debris and satellites.
The Defense Department developed a contract vehicle that will let DOD components launch crowdsourced bug bounty campaigns to identify and remedy vulnerabilities in digital defenses.
Cybersecurity testing and contract specifications that industry takes for granted can be a bear to implement in some federal IT contracts.
Bureau officials said the decision to cancel the upcoming tests is not ideal, but it is "the best overall operation remaining amid current uncertainty" about fiscal 2017 funding.