Instead of looking for the new hire or the next great tech to protect federal networks, agency cybersecurity officials could get more done by befriending their financial counterparts.
Drone operators can now quickly register flights in controlled airspace in four more regions.
A recent solicitation from DIUx points to a plan to advance front-line medical care for combat troops.
To successfully manage an IT consolidation, leaders must know the requirements, develop a strategy, get employee buy-in and measure the results.
A pair of filings in Kaspersky Labs' ongoing battle with the U.S. government fills in some of the blanks.
The Congressional Budget Office is looking for ways to shore up its cybersecurity defenses.
Researchers want to find new detection technology to help stem the tide of invasive sea creatures hitching rides into U.S. waterways and ports.
A month after its passage, we still don’t know which foreign countries would be able to access U.S.-based communications data under the CLOUD Act or when companies can reject their requests. Neither does Congress.
At a Senate hearing, top Defense officials told lawmakers that a justification for the Pentagon's cloud procurement strategy called for in a recent spending bill will be submitted before the final request for proposals hits the street.
The House of Representatives passed a five-year reauthorization of the Federal Aviation Administration, sidelining efforts to privatize the agency and adding some cyber to its responsibilities.
GSA's big, next-generation telecommunications contract, as well as its supporting contracts, get favored designation from OMB.
With White House physician Adm. Ronny Jackson's withdrawal, VA watchers are wondering what's next for the agency and its planned $16 billion health IT modernization project.