Another state official tells Congress that direct DHS oversight could create new risks, "ultimately undermining the security of our elections."
The Treasury Department is working on a Legal Entity Identifier system to link financial institutions, but officials say its government-wide adoption would require assurances of open, free and high-quality data available on a non-discriminatory basis.
A month after the FAA's rules for integrating commercial drones into U.S. airspace took effect, commercial operators see a bright future, but also want more guidance.
The U.S. and the European Union have spent years trying to come to agreement over questions of privacy, security and commerce in cyberspace -- and challenges remain.
New deal gives agencies wider use of procurement data keyed to DUNS numbers.
As commercial satellite imaging companies multiply, NGA is looking for new ways to acquire mapping data.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump sparred over whether Russia was behind a recent spate of cyberattacks on U.S. targets.
The federal government is increasingly seeking partnerships with industry to share threat data and combat cyberattacks, but agencies differ on what liability protections to offer the private sector.
Seville Government Consulting's Jaime Gracia argues that to solve its technology challenges, the government should turn to the small-business community.
Blockchain now has its own congressional caucus to raise awareness among lawmakers and advance policy discussions around the technology for tracking bitcoin transactions.
Congressional staffers have a lot of responsibility to protect their decentralized IT systems.
In May 2000, President Bill Clinton authorized the removal of a security feature from the Global Positioning System -- a decision that opened the doors to accurate geospatial data for thousands of government and consumer applications.