A code error led to the IRS paying out tens of millions in suspect tax refunds that it meant to peg for further examination.
The coming year is full of critical milestones as the Census Bureau prepares for 2020, but fundamental strategy questions remain unanswered.
The White House's plan for fusing cyber intelligence after the massive hack of Sony Pictures Entertainment got off to a rocky start, but an insider says agency turf battles that appeared ready to unfold have been quieted.
Government's success is enabled by using contracting practices that reward rather than discourage new ideas and approaches.
Clinton has elevated her voice among current and former Obama administration officials warning of the potentially dire consequences of "going dark."
As international cyber norms take shape at a slow pace, experts consider how individual nations can lead, follow and take matters into their own hands.
Can smarter management and detailed reporting requirements help agencies stop overpaying for software?
Comments are due Jan. 8 on security standards that would cover sensitive unclassified data.
Infrastructure and cybersecurity personnel are now co-located as part of NPPD’s efforts to coordinate cyber and physical threat information.
A big breach at computer security firm Juniper Networks has federal officials fearing that foreign spies had access to encrypted communications between the U.S. government and the private sector for the last three years, according to a CNN report.
GSA has resolved protests around its agile Blanket Purchase agreement, added a vendor and can now begin awarding work.
18F developed a Slack bot named Dolores Landingham that's helping to ease the transition for new employees.