Federal agencies are embracing agile development, but new ways of thinking are needed to make it work at government scale.
Rear Adm. Danelle Barrett wants U.S. cyber forces to be able fight through "Puerto Rico levels" of devastation.
It is too soon to tell how long it will take to fully purge the embattled vendor from federal systems, according to a DHS official.
A pair of Democratic lawmakers is backing new cybersecurity standards for connected devices, including a framework to identify and label products.
The moderate New Democrat Coalition is looking for bipartisan support for a cybersecurity agenda focused on public-private cooperation.
Health record software provider Cerner is poised to capitalize on gains in the government market.
Small Business Administration CIO Maria Roat said 2018 is all about consolidation and getting federal staff comfortable with ongoing cloud migration.
For the second time in 2017, the General Services Administration is requesting feedback on ways to reduce its reliance on a proprietary business entity identifier system it uses to track government contracts.
A group of Democratic lawmakers heard from advocates for federal help in refreshing obsolete voting tech.
The administration has issued new mandates for accelerating the integration of unmanned aerial systems into the national airspace.
A risk report being produced under the cybersecurity executive order suggests that agencies need to get a better handle on where attacks are originating.
The embattled cyber vendor claims an NSA contractor breach can be traced to a pirated version of Microsoft Word.