John Kammerer, NSA's technical director of high performance computing solutions, wants the federal government to pay more attention to startups.
Census made several key slipups in its decision to award a $283 million mobile device contract for the 2020 population count, according to the Government Accountability Office.
A bipartisan quartet of lawmakers introduced legislation that would compel the Department of Veterans Affairs to document how it plans to implement its new electronic health record system.
Acquisition policy is focusing on more transparent, innovative buying methods that take cues from commercial markets.
An audit found that DHS is struggling to implement a unified immigration strategy and pointed to a series of breakdowns that illustrate a lack of communication and coordination between different offices.
One lawmaker thinks it's time for a dedicated inspector general with the authority to do penetration testing of federal agency networks and systems.
The NotPetya attack in June that briefly crippled shipping giant Maersk is a reminder that maritime cybersecurity vulnerability is a problem with global reach.
The EPA's internal watchdog praised the agency's information security program, but says improved management and training program are required to protect data.
Federal agencies are embracing agile development, but new ways of thinking are needed to make it work at government scale.
The House narrowly approved a budget blueprint that omitted deep cuts to federal retirement benefits initially sought by conservatives on Capitol Hill.
Sen. Bill Cassidy is interested in the possibility of legislation to support an isolated networks that can conceal and protect the electric grid.
President Donald Trump selects a longtime DOD tech hand for the DHS CIO job 12 weeks after a New York hedge fund CISO abruptly left the post.