The Homeland Security Department is giving a strong warning to vendors about its needs for the next phase of border surveillance technology strategy.
The Coast Guard has made some progress but still has a long way to go to carry out the information-sharing goals of the SAFE Port Act of 2006, according to a new report from the Government Accountability Office.
Obama's 2013 budget proposal aims to cut federal IT but increase its use when it makes government more efficient.
Reusing proven SOA-based biometric solutions can reduce costs and delivery time, write two Unisys executives.
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said smoothing the way for low-risk travel and trade will get attention in 2012.
DHS' new role marks a milestone for the data-sharing effort as it grows past pilot-program status.
A joint effort between DHS and State will offer courses in a virtual worlds environment for federal cybersecurity professionals.
Customs and Border Protection Commission Alan Bersin, never confirmed by the Senate, is resiging Dec. 30.
The Homeland Security Department picked up money for cyber protection, but lost dollars in first-responder grants.
The Defense Department has demonstrated the feasibility and benefits of public/private partnerships on cybersecurity, three experts write.
The Homeland Security Department is developing 'capability-based' purchasing framework.
With the echoes of SBInet less than a year old, the Homeland Security Department is embarking on another $1.5 billion border technology strategy without sufficient planning, according to an audit.