Preston Werntz, who helped establish the Automated Indicator Sharing program at DHS, has been hired as the chief data officer for the Office of Cybersecurity and Communications.
Infosec and privacy concerns are going unaddressed in the internet of things ecosystem, and some government agency has to take the lead.
The Energy Department will potentially commit almost $2 billion to build two more exascale computers.
The General Services Administration added new info on how agencies can tap into its next generation telecommunications contract -- and tied the vehicle more closely to IT modernization.
The drive for IT transformation is reaching far beyond technology into every aspect of agency operations.
Getting four agencies to share spectrum and combine their radar systems is a massive undertaking. Settling on a single acquisition management system makes it much more manageable.
A draft memorandum to strengthen governmentwide identity, credential and access management calls for modernization and more adoption of shared ICAM services.
Silicon Valley has become synonymous with innovation, but government leaders might be missing out on what’s going on in their own labs.
Eight of 10 contractors for GSA’s next-generation telecommunications contract report progress on required back-office systems tests.
The U.S. recently updated how it handles federal law enforcement data requests for foreign info stored by U.S. companies, but the full impact remains unclear.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission plans to focus on physical hazards in an upcoming meeting on the safety of the internet of things.
Many White House email domains are not compliant with a governmentwide cybersecurity directive, according to tests.