A new White House immigration wish list calls for 100 percent employer participation in DHS' online worker status verification system.
The NAACP has filed a lawsuit against the Commerce Department alleging the agency illegally withheld internal documents regarding the Census Bureau's preparation for the 2020 count.
An audit found that the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation's protocols for responding to a data breach weren't followed, even as the agency has faced dozens of security incidents in the past two years.
Two longtime federal IT leaders discuss the pros and cons of elevating agency CIOs in the executive branch power structure.
Despite administration concerns about bloat, one new estimate pegs the size of the federal workforce as smaller than under Ronald Reagan.
Draft legislation before the House Intelligence committee puts new restrictions on the use surveillance powers to target Americans, but privacy advocates are looking for more reforms.
The House Homeland Security Committee approved a bill to build in tech and new acquisition rules to border security.
A bill to require DHS and components to keep a closer eye on major border security technology acquisitions could soon see a vote in the full Senate.
IRS CIO Gina Garza told Congress that she and other tech officials at the tax agency did not sign off on a $7 million contract awarded to Equifax a month after the credit monitoring firm disclosed a massive data breach.
A report by the USPS Office of the Inspector General examines how autonomous vehicle technology could change the way the Postal Service transports and delivers the mail.
To truly work together, government and industry should do a lot more talking.
Despite a $1.4 billion IT budget, the agency responsible for screening people and cargo entering the U.S. from abroad suffers from system downtime that could lead to increased security risks, according to an internal oversight report.