As the 2020 enumeration draws ever closer, key lawmakers want assurances that the Census Bureau is managing risks in IT acquisition.
The Defense Department’s plan to stand up IT for a background check bureau could be a model for civilian-DOD cooperation.
The intelligence community's tech think tank wants a new model for keeping data safe in the cloud.
A new report says the Interior Department needs to strengthen user access controls and mobile encryption.
GSA unveiled the report template cloud service providers can use to get in the agency’s fast-lane program for FedRAMP approval.
The U.S. Digital Service turns two this week, and although the program is not without its critics, it gets good grades for the innovative technology services it brings to government.
David De Vries will take over IT at the Office of Personnel Management, as the human resources agency prepares to stand up a new background check bureau.
DHS' research arm has opened a second round of its tech accelerator project for emergency responders' gear.
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.