Although it is still sifting through the details of OMB's new policy, one industry group is comfortable with the final product.
Federal CIO Tony Scott announced plans to make federal software code usable and sharable across agencies, and a pilot program to release some code to the public.
The ranking member of the Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee wants to make sure that the federal officials are doing their utmost to prevent voting hacks.
The White House and Department of Homeland Security could deem election systems to be critical infrastructure, but official responses to cyberattack are still fluid.
Oak Ridge National Laboratory is using data and supercomputing power to determine how the power grid will react to climate pressures and a growing population.
The Defense Information Systems Agency has released its request for proposals for the Communications Capacity Services Contract -- a single-award, $902 million acquisition vehicle.
A trio from Google Ventures shows what's possible when the agile mentality is applied to more than just code.
Mobile devices and services get the buying scrutiny that has already been applied to laptops, desktops and software licensing.
In what could be considered peak privatization, the Federal Aviation Administration has cleared a commercial firm to conduct a lunar landing.
A recent directive on using individuals’ social media activity in the security clearance process is a good first step, but it could go even further.
OMB's Data Center Optimization Initiative gives agencies new metrics and goals for fiscal 2018.
Despite a recently announced delay in feedback for bidders, GSA's next-generation telecommunications contract already has transition plans bubbling.