An oversight report reveals conflicting visions of testing IRS systems that generate tax information under the 2010 health care law.
A letter from the industry association reiterates questions about cost and structure for critical telecom contract.
Massive open online courses can offer specialized IT instruction on a flexible schedule and on the cheap. That may not always mesh with government's preference for structure and certification, however.
At a Senate field hearing, the message was that tomorrow's talent needs nurturing -- and more scholarship cash -- if America is going to reverse its shortage of cybersecurity professionals.
The federal government craves more cybersecurity professionals. These six schools are helping meet that demand.
A new IG report concludes that bad data and poor system controls are compounding the backlog problems at the Department of Veterans Affairs.
DOD acquisition chief Frank Kendall sees a wide gap "between our national security needs and how we meet those needs."
A State Department IT worker stumbled on Hillary Clinton's private email address in 2010, and wrote a note to Clinton about a possible glitch.
The Office of Personnel Management and the Pentagon have awarded a $133 million contract to Identity Theft Guard Solutions LLC for identity theft protection for the millions hit by the OPM breach.
Remote access of data is a beautiful and dangerous thing. When it comes to cloud and mobile, feds could take a breather and collect strategies instead of rushing headlong into the year-end spend-a-palooza.
Feds have blown past the August deadlines for OPM breach notifications they now say they “never intended” to meet.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.