The National Institute of Standards and Technology is planning "transformational" changes to its technical guidelines for digital authentication.
The intelligence community wants to build on the Pentagon's effort to get private-sector innovators involved earlier in the acquisition cycle.
Training 130 State Department foreign service officers on cyber is expensive but critical.
In its mission to help protect the nation's critical financial infrastructure, the Treasury Department is covering the bases, according to a new audit report.
Revisiting key milestones for the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program.
Getting tools and organizations alike to share standardized data is crucial as ever-more data overwhelms law enforcement.
The White House has announced a series of public workshops on artificial intelligence and machine learning and will explore how AI can improve the delivery of government services.
Agencies are leveraging each other's cloud service authorization efforts -- some more than others. Here's what FedRAMP sharing looks like.
Federal website designers might be surprised by what users want once they use analytics to actually measure users' desires.
A new report examines how big-data applications can uncover discrimination but also encode hidden biases.
In a bid to democratize development worldwide, USAID is partnering with other organizations to create a website that doesn't even end in .gov.
In an agile world, a two-siloed system is simply wasteful, Forrester analysts argue in a new report.