More than two years after Attorney General Eric Holder penned a memo to federal prosecutors offering guidance on pursuing cases under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, litigation prompted the DOJ to release the document to the public.
The Office of Personnel Management will conduct a governmentwide survey to measure workplace flexibility as part of its efforts to attract and keep talented feds.
If Democrats take control of the Senate, it will mean big changes at key committees and could prove to be a big deal for federal workforce and IT issues.
GAO auditors will take a comprehensive look at the government's cloud security program by talking to agencies and commercial providers.
The White House is exploring a centralized method of providing IT and cybersecurity capabilities to agencies for the next administration.
Agencies are saving millions through federal strategic sourcing initiatives, but they're potentially leaving millions more on the table, according to an oversight report.
ACT-IAC paper offers advice to the next administration on cybersecurity, management, workforce and more.
More efficient and cost-effective IT often comes down to customer involvement and comfort, according to some IT experts.
Lawmakers want answers from government officials and the private sector on how a distributed denial-of-service attack crippled leading websites last week.
A new report says 18F has lost $36 million to date, "repeatedly overestimated revenue" and pushed back its projected break-even date to 2020.
The GSA has introduced new capabilities and processes under its six-month-old Making It Easier program to attract new potential federal contractors.
In a weekend policy speech, the Republican presidential nominee announced plans to trim the federal workforce by attrition.