The growing controversy around foreign surveillance and Trump associates is adding fuel to what's already expected to be a fiery debate in Congress over the reauthorization of FISA Section 702.
Alan Balutis argues that government needs a good shake-up.
A contested electronic environment is the new normal, say Army leaders, and the service needs to prepare for and train to fight with degraded electronic systems and capabilities.
Early self-reporting suggests that 81 percent of agencies are on track to electronically manage email records.
A former database administrator who worked in the FBI’s IT division pleaded guilty to lying about financial transactions during a fraud investigation.
An oversight study of telework at four federal agencies found that managers can be resistant and tech issues can still inhibit worker performance.
Inaccurate assumptions in the Census Bureau's 2016 test plan are contributing to the agency's underestimation of what the 2020 enumeration will cost.
A plan to reorganize DHS' cybersecurity directorate that stalled in Congress last year is still on the agency's agenda.
AT&T's FirstNet rival Rivada Networks sets its sights on state networks after court rules against its bid protest.
FBI director James Comey also told the House intel panel there is no evidence to support President Trump's wiretapping tweets, and the FBI is investigating whether there was coordination between Trump campaign officials and associates and Russia.
Former feds believe investing in the senior executive service is the most effective path to reform, but calls by Trump advisers for a rollback of government could deter senior administrators from buying in.
Two House committees pressed IRS and Education on information security concerns for a key online tool that handles millions of Social Security numbers as it facilitates students' applications for financial aid.