About 100,000 to 150,000 feds whose sensitive information was stolen in the OPM hack will have to re-enroll if they want to retain the compensatory identity protection coverage offered by OPM after Dec. 1.
The open-data movement is still in its infancy. In a new report, the Data Foundation charts how it can grow up.
DOD and DHS are both trying to tap into the best the tech sector has to offer, and each agency has new and experimental contracting mechanisms that are showing signs of short-circuiting existing procedures.
Non-CFO Act agencies are not included in the legislation that seeks to update legacy systems, which could create a two-tiered modernization effort.
Federal officials cautioned of the dangers of hampering innovation with restrictive spectrum allocation.
The planned nationwide public safety broadband network won't meet its previously announced November contract award date, but leaders say they are making progress on evaluating proposals.
By thinking like an adversary, federal agencies can find and fix organizational weaknesses before the bad guys can exploit them.
Federal investment in new, more effective IT can wither when the political atmosphere in Washington is sharply divided, according to a new study.
Halvorsen says GAO's report criticizing the management and oversight of the Joint Information Environment initiative fails to understand the nature of the project.
The @POTUS account will zero out on Inauguration Day, and other presidential social media accounts will convey to the new commander-in-chief.
Newly appointed federal CISO Brig. Gen. Gregory Touhill needs the right tools and enforcement authorities to secure and defend government networks.
A cybersecurity expert argues that the U.S. should enlist other countries in its response to Russia’s interference in the 2016 elections.