There are gaps in laws covering health data privacy, accessibility and security, but some lawmakers worry new regulations will create even greater problems.
House members are forming a bipartisan working group to focus on legislative issues around encryption.
DOD is "taking steps to aggressively drive more savings" than the projected $1.8 billion through fiscal 2018, DOD CIO Terry Halvorsen told lawmakers March 22.
The Marine Corps is looking to make "rapid acquisition" less of an oxymoron.
Three current or former members of the Syrian Electronic Army were charged with myriad computer hacking conspiracies, and the FBI is offering a $100,000 reward for information that leads to their arrest, according to court documents unsealed March 22.
The IRS is aiming to crowdsource a revamp of its online tax information with a focus on user-centered design.
Lawmakers are seeking more information from the Department of Veterans Affairs on the future of its electronic health record system.
The Millennium Challenge Corporation is seeking a deputy CIO with experience in agile, cloud computing and mobile technology.
While the federal government made tangible progress last year, OMB’s annual report card detailed plenty of weaknesses and room for improvement.
New detection technique from LLNL can hone remote analysis of underground nuclear explosions and help find rogue regimes' secret test sites.
Agencies officially warn that cars and other motor vehicles are increasingly vulnerable to hacking.
At a March 17 Senate Armed Services Committee budget hearing, legislators wanted to know if investments in IT innovation are enough to face potential threats from Russia and China.