Feds must be prepared for even more urgent commercial demands for precious wireless spectrum, according to a top Pentagon IT official.
The Obama administration is defending the privacy protections in a Senate-passed information-sharing bill despite the defeat of a string of privacy-focused amendments.
The personnel agency tapped military and industry vet Clifton Triplett to advise on cyber and IT.
Agencies aren't living up to expectations in key areas of IT acquisition reform legislation, according to a congressional report card.
DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson praised agencies' progress on network security, saying nearly 99 percent of identified problems have been fixed since May.
VA's online Veterans Employment Center is a showcase for the agency's agile development policies, officials say, but some are worried the site is luring cyber criminals.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
A new report catalogs cyber threats and ranks the risk of known attack vectors used by state-sponsored hackers fielded by China, Russia, North Korea and Iran, as well as threats from independent hacker groups from Anonymous to the Syrian Electronic Army.
With an agile, iterative testing model, the Census Bureau is hoping to avoid repeating the mobile meltdown of 2010 as it tries to technologically streamline -- and secure -- the 2020 count.
The CIA's new head of digital innovation wants to unsilo the spy agency's data. That problem is so big and complicated that a whole new organization has been created to solve it.
Agency officials outlined a range of forthcoming contracts covering everything from enterprise resource planning to cybersecurity analytics at a Nov. 2 industry day.
An industry/government group has canvassed the federal IT community for suggestions and will provide recommendations to OMB in November.