Keith Alexander talks cyber gridlock, a panel discusses strategic sourcing and a former senator speaks on electronic health information sharing.
A growing wave of retiring feds is leaving a knowledge gap, and experts fear the next tier of employees may not be ready to step up.
The military is facing the risk of digital sabotage in counterfeit electronics components infiltrating defense systems.
When exploring the solar system, NASA's 'we can do it' attitude is critical for success. On more down-to-earth projects, however, it can create problems.
The top 50 government contractors owned by women did billions of dollars of business with the government in 2011.
Although Congress couldn't agree on cybersecurity legislation earlier this year, at least one member insists it's still possible.
Cybersecurity efforts are starting to pay off and agencies are working together better, says NSC's cybersecurity coordinator.
The General Service Administration's Schedule 70 contracts offer agencies an easy route to acquire IT-related products and services, and many vendors and contractors do a brisk business using it. Here are the top 50.