The federal government is increasingly seeking partnerships with industry to share threat data and combat cyberattacks, but agencies differ on what liability protections to offer the private sector.
Seville Government Consulting's Jaime Gracia argues that to solve its technology challenges, the government should turn to the small-business community.
Blockchain now has its own congressional caucus to raise awareness among lawmakers and advance policy discussions around the technology for tracking bitcoin transactions.
Congressional staffers have a lot of responsibility to protect their decentralized IT systems.
In May 2000, President Bill Clinton authorized the removal of a security feature from the Global Positioning System -- a decision that opened the doors to accurate geospatial data for thousands of government and consumer applications.
The CIA cloud project provided a reference model for other agencies looking for ways to bring their operational data into the cloud.
In a 1996 information-sharing effort, then-CIA director John Deutch proposed working with DOD to create an Information Warfare Technology Center staffed with 1,000 people and located at the National Security Agency at Fort Meade, Md.
Since 1987, FCW has covered it all -- the major contracts, the disruptive technologies, the picayune scandals and the many, many people who make federal IT function. Here's a look back at six of the most significant stories.
The IRS' e-file pilot program in 1986 became a test case for the technology of electronic filing and the information policies governing its uses.
TRANSCOM has issued a new strategic document that outlines guiding principles for addressing cyber threats.
Federal IT leaders who are reluctant to rely on managed services providers are missing out on one of the best investments they can make.
GDIT will provide contact-center systems and operations support with a FedRAMP-compliant, cloud-based platform.