Better federal data could help track efforts at increasing the percentage of women and minority in tech jobs, especially regarding compliance with equal opportunity laws by federal contractors, a report found.
The Air Force, Marine Corps and Army are looking to bring logistics tracking and wireless learning capabilities to mobile devices for troops.
At a House hearing, lawmakers tussled over cybersecurity concerns and the need to prevent market crashes triggered by automated trading.
Because of a delay on Capitol Hill, the Department of Veterans Affairs is going to have to wait to sign a multibillion contract for a new electronic health record system.
As a new report warns small UAS can do far more damage to planes than bird strikes, legislators worry that "idiots who have toy drones" will delay legitimate UAS uses.
Amid massive changes to the workforce and mission, the nation's top diplomat is also looking to an IT refresh, but the timeline is unclear.
In response to growing threats to federal information systems, a draft funding bill for DHS looks to elevate the agency's cybersecurity mission.
Federal authorities indicted three Chinese hackers for operations that allegedly stole trade secrets from corporations.
The prospect of keeping the government open past the Dec. 8 continuing resolution deadline just got more complicated.
A former Obama administration cybersecurity official wants a single agency to take the lead on generating and enforcing security standards for technology products.
An audit found that the Office of Management and Budget has discontinued or de-emphasized regular reporting and oversight on high-priority IT projects and could be passing up billions in cost savings across the federal government.
A Republican senator's annual government waste report cites IT boondoggles, programs with insufficient oversight and structural impediments to efficient hiring.