Congress is trying to get its house in order when it comes to cybersecurity, after non-public info on lawmakers was leaked.
The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency will use Unisys to move to the cloud under a new contract.
As the government's need for skilled IT specialists grows, Las Vegas information security conferences have become a nontraditional recruiting ground for federal employers.
The General Services Administration gets high marks on an inspector general IT security assessment.
As the 2020 enumeration draws ever closer, key lawmakers want assurances that the Census Bureau is managing risks in IT acquisition.
A new report says the Interior Department needs to strengthen user access controls and mobile encryption.
Job satisfaction data could point the way to a smooth transition for incoming and remaining federal employees.
GSA unveiled the report template cloud service providers can use to get in the agency’s fast-lane program for FedRAMP approval.
The U.S. Digital Service turns two this week, and although the program is not without its critics, it gets good grades for the innovative technology services it brings to government.
Vendor protests of huge contract awards are probably inevitable, but a federal procurement expert says that’s always been the case.
Agencies can't afford the risk that comes with IT Death Stars.
The FBI wants to raise awareness about the Internet Crime Complaint Center among the public and local law enforcement agencies.