Industry experts push for more funding for federal cybersecurity and urge agencies to follow the private sector's lead in this area.
Despite strong remediation efforts, security risks remain in DHS information systems, according to a new report from the agency's inspector general.
Years-old GAO actions remain unclosed, as the Census Bureau girds itself for 2020.
18F is retrying the micro-purchase reverse auction format that netted a $1 code project last year, though the outfit plans to shake things up eventually.
In a long-promised report, the Federal Trade Commission indicates that it will use its existing regulatory playbook to target firms that use big data to discriminate against consumers.
How can the innovation culture of Silicon Valley help government technology? Two experts count the ways.
The IRS has an ambitious plan for customer service, but will taxpayers be able to access live human help?
In a Dec. 22 notice to industry obtained by FCW, the Defense Security Service warns defense contractors that a Juniper vulnerability could allow remote administrative access and "result in a complete compromise of the affected system."
Lawmakers are seeking an overhaul of IT security management at the Small Business Administration, in the wake of a critical Government Accountability Office report.
FAA Administrator Michael Huerta, speaking at CES, stressed the safety implications of drone registration and the release of a new app for drone users.
Unlikely. With the First Amendment and states' rights issues to consider, federal agencies may not play any role in following up on the leak of voter information for millions of Americans nationwide.
A new survey alerted the Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies to weak points in their offerings – and helped them focus on keeping things easy for users.