Secretary of State John Kerry called on the technology industry for help with staffing and ideas for the agency's Global Engagement Center.
The Department of Health and Human Services issued rules for how stewards of sensitive health data should approach cloud technology.
An inspector general audit revealed that the Agriculture Department does not have adequate internal controls to prevent incorrectly categorizing or improperly releasing classified information.
Several Democratic senators sent a letter asking the FCC to determine whether law enforcement agencies' use of cell-site simulators is disrupting regular phone service.
In a joint statement, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and the Department of Homeland Security attributed several high-profile hacks on political targets to Russia.
The Air Force, Justice Department, Agriculture Department and DHS led the way on cloud contracting in fiscal 2016, according to a Deltek analysis.
A senior homeland security adviser said cyberthreats are figuring more prominently in the president's daily security briefing.
The USGS is building out a sensor network in states where Hurricane Matthew is expected to have its biggest impact, to help weather and emergency officials monitor the storm's vital signs in real time.
In the waning days of the administration, HHS continues to focus on four key goals.
The Army Cyber Command has seen substantial growth in the past three years, including launching 42 cyber mission teams, but it still faces policy limitations on deploying and using cyber capabilities.
With well thought-out design, useful analytics, and a truly custom experience for end users, citizen experience can be improved dramatically.
The Pentagon's Defense Innovation Advisory Board says bureaucratic and other barriers prevent the spread of existing innovation across the military.