Executive orders creating an interagency privacy council and a national commission on cybersecurity kick off President Barack Obama's final year of cyber policymaking.
The Defense Department fiscal 2017 budget request for cyberspace operations is $6.7 billion, a roughly 16 percent increase from fiscal 2016 enacted level.
In a new report, the Partnership for Public Service shows how federal agencies ramping up work with private industry to inject innovation across tech R&D, commercialization and contracting.
IBM, CSC, Amazon and General Dynamics failed to block a bid to sole-source data-hosting duties in the Pentagon's $4.3 billion electronic health record procurement.
OMB's privacy adviser hopes to advance on a number of documents, guidance and councils to bolster privacy efforts before a new administration takes office.
A new survey seeks insight into how agencies are handling Freedom of Information Act requests.
After a reported hardware failure crippled key tax systems, the IRS got the systems back online in a little more than 24 hours.
In a Feb. 5 op-ed, the Senate Armed Services Committee chairman called industry executives' objections to weakening encryption "ideologically motivated and profit-driven, though not without merit."
Two senators are calling for more funding flexibility for the Pentagon's electronic warfare programs.
Contractors will need to think creatively if they want to win the $415 million Census communications contract due to be awarded this summer.
As GSA awaits bids for its next-generation telecom contract, it completed an important inventory of services that federal agencies are using under current contracts.
On the cusp of tax season, unexplained tech troubles forced the IRS to suspend several key digital operations.