The Judiciary committee passed a bill to require federal law enforcement to obtain a warrant before querying spy databases, but some are worried about potential loopholes.
In a recently unsealed ruling, a federal judge also noted that the administrative record lacks detail on why specifically Cerner was selected as the prime contractor for the replacement electronic health record system.
The first round of oversight reports on financial reporting under the Data Act shows that most agencies are experiencing growing pains when it comes to implementing the recent law. Does that mean it's working?
An oversight report found that most agencies were failing to certify implementation of incremental development on some major software projects.
There are new big plans for federal IT modernization, but the old pitfalls remain.
Civilian, military and intelligence agencies met candidates for 500 open jobs at a first-of-its-kind federal IT hiring event.
The Vacancies Act sets time limits on the period for acting officials to occupy politically appointed roles -- and some of these officials are about to run out of time.
An oversight report found the Office of Personnel Management unready for its annual cyber audit, while the agency says that the CDM program will help mature agency efforts.
The mission of the research arm of the Department of Homeland Security isn't helped by new budget priorities, a former undersecretary told a House Homeland Security subcommittee.
The Department of Veterans Affairs also plans to roll out a series of initiative throughout November to improve its veterans' benefits services.
One major federal contractor is seeing more bridge contracts as agencies put the brakes on procurements while reorganizations take shape.
The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee approved a series of workforce-related bills that target burrowers and new hires while extending whistleblower and telework provisions