"Too often, the most agile and innovative companies are unwilling to work with government," the Office of Science and Technology Policy document says.
Former federal prosecutor David Locke Hall recounts the investigation and takedown of a $100 million cybercrime operation.
Never mind big data -- John H. Johnson and Mike Gluck warn that the little data can create real confusion all by itself.
Pagan Kennedy explores what it takes to truly invent -- and whether we can find ways to encourage more of it.
William D. Eggers details the necessary steps for applying new technologies to today's government. PLUS: Three more books IT leaders should be reading.
A bill requiring agency CIOs to streamline software spending is expected to pass the House of Representatives on June 7.
Encryption has its virtues, but it is not universally good, said Leslie Caldwell, assistant attorney general for Justice's Criminal Division.
NARA guidelines offer a starting point, but agencies must make some important determinations themselves.
Sen. Ted Cruz wants to halt the United States' long-standing plan to transfer oversight of the Internet address system's architecture to a multi-stakeholder group.
The Navy projects the updated Applications and Database Management System can save it millions of dollars.
The Federal Trade Commission sees risks and opportunity in internet of things applications, but thinks new laws specific to the technology would be premature.
To educate patients about their rights over medical data, the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT unveiled a series of educational videos and a Patient Engagement Playbook.