Commercial providers of technology and infrastructure want more federal protection to share specific cyber threat information about risky products and services.
Officials express confidence that 2020 won't be a repeat of 2016, but testimony from state and local officials indicate that substantial security holes still exist.
Recruiting top analytical talent into government is tough, the Pentagon's top management officer says, but the payoffs can be big.
Information Technology Industry Council is renewing its focus on public sector with the addition of FBI CIO Gordon Bitko.
Ten of the most senior posts at the Department of Homeland Security are held by acting leaders, and only five have candidates in the Senate confirmation pipeline.
In a new guidance, the Office of Personnel Management offers details on implementing a planned rule on federal employee discipline.
The IRS plans to support modernization of customer-facing operations via its Enterprise Infrastructure Services buy.
A union leader hailed the move as a good start, and called on Congress to extend family leave to all federal employees.
The proposal would allow government cybersecurity officials to legally request identifying information from internet providers about the owners of vulnerable systems
HPI Federal won the Navy's NGEN-R contract, the first piece of the newly divided IT contract for the Navy and Marines.
Vulnerabilities in the software supply chain may represent a larger cybersecurity threat over the long haul than threats to physical hardware.
The federal hiring process doesn't match the changing nature of agency work, inhibiting training, advancement and recruitment, said the former acting director of OPM.