The General Services Administration is searching new leadership for it largest IT purchasing program, and separately named an agency IT Category executive.
The Department of Health and Human Services is improving its cybersecurity posture, but an audit finds room for improvement.
A recent policy memo from Navy Secretary Ray Mabus differentiates the IT and cybersecurity workforces.
Rep. Michael McCaul (R-Texas), chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, took a humble tack at RSA, saying that, "most members [of Congress] don’t understand what encryption is."
An online course offered by the Agile Government Leadership network and developed by one of the co-founders of 18F provides feds with hands-on experience running an agile project.
GAO said agencies have made progress on data center consolidation but lamented that some of them lack savings goals.
The current and former heads of 18F agree that when it comes to digital services, the tech is often secondary at best.
The Department of Justice is resisting calls from some members of Congress to use warrants to access historical geolocation data.
A new bill would create a framework for discussing policy for the growing Internet of Things space.
More frequent database checks for Visa Waiver Program applicants is helping to prevent a potential blind spot, CBP's chief said.
Lawmakers are unsure whether the $3.1 billion plan to fund a rolling governmentwide tech refresh is a good bet.
Members of Congress from both sides of the aisle had serious questions about whether the FBI should be able to compel Apple to build software to support its investigative efforts.