A senior VA official told FCW that the decision, expected in July, to retain or move off of the homegrown Vista health record system is the most important move the agency will make this year.
WikiLeaks has released another batch of alleged CIA hacking tools that purport to detail how the agency covers its tracks when penetrating foreign targets.
Greg Touhill contends that clarity, hacker brains and services consolidation are keys to more secure federal networks and data.
New technologies are bringing citizens into the halls of government, and redefining how citizens collaborate in the future.
The Defense Logistics Agency is in the midst of an ambitious campaign to eliminate its IT infrastructure and transition to using exclusively shared, hosted and virtual services.
Privacy and civil rights advocates roll out legal advice about how to litigate cases involving the use of hacking tools by law enforcement.
The tools for figuring out what end users want are better than ever, but acting on those insights is still a challenge.
U.S. Marine forces operations are increasingly expeditionary, but their IT systems are not keeping pace, so the Corps is asking industry for help with mobility.
Expert hackers aren't necessarily the folks you want to invite on your network, but according to a Pentagon expert, they're the best equipped to do an important job.
Census officials said that despite recent delays, watchdog findings and cost uncertainty, Census is "in good shape" for the 2018 end-to-end test, and the 2020 main event.
The 25-year agreement to build out a national public safety wireless broadband network has been awarded to AT&T.
A bipartisan bill would digitally encode U.S. law with a statutory history.