There is a precedent to U.S. Cyber Command’s hacking of Islamic State, but it took place nearly 10 years ago, and technologies have rapidly evolved since.
After its first-ever crowdsourcing push, the IRS came away with four winning designs to guide its future taxpayer dashboard work.
Customs and Border Protection takes another step towards a biometric exit system for air travelers.
The alleged cyberattack on South Korean firms is the latest in a series of bold cyber maneuvers linked to North Korea.
The Pentagon's digital "SWAT" team has a new mission: overhaul the much-maligned system that Defense Department officials use to book travel.
A move to update a 1986 law covering law enforcement access to email is frozen in the Senate over a security amendment dubbed a "poison pill" by the bill's sponsor.
OMB is planning deals on laptops and desktops via its strategic sourcing program.
The State Department trains its workers to avoid social media fails that could potentially be fatal.
A recent survey by Grant Thornton and the Professional Services Council reveals reservations about the potential for innovation in the federal acquisition process
The U.S. is ready to accept a proposal to transfer control of the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority, but the plan faces opposition in Congress.
The surge in ransomware attacks could have the unintended effect of getting reticent companies to share cyber threat indicators with government.
A final endorsement from the European Commission is likely this summer, but despite American clarifications, Europeans are likely to keep challenging U.S. data practices.