Longtime Defense executive to focus on federal IT modernization efforts.
As the Census Bureau stares down a critical and jam-packed 2017 schedule, Director John Thompson announced his retirement, effective June 30.
The Senate confirmed Heather Wilson as the new secretary of the Air Force just days after the Trump administration's second nominee for Army secretary withdrew from consideration.
The head of U.S. Cyber Command told senators that the Trump administration is looking to speed up the tempo of cyber operations.
President Trump's low public approval ratings are reflected in his unpopularity among the federal workforce.
Dana Boente is moving to his third acting position in the Department of Justice since January, replacing Mary McCord as acting assistant attorney general of the National Security Division.
Richard Staropoli, who leads IT security at a New York-based hedge fund, will serve as the top tech official at the Department of Homeland Security.
The nation's top health official wants to reduce the burden he says health IT regulation puts on practitioners.
Russia has been emboldened by its successful intervention in the 2016 election, and nonstate actors, such as WikiLeaks, are a growing threat in the digital space, said former director of national intelligence James Clapper during a ranging public appearance.
As the White House finalizes its cyber executive order, there are growing questions over how much the NSC will be driving cybersecurity and how much will be led by Jared Kushner's new innovation office.
Steve Ballmer's $10 million government data site offers scope and scale, but transparency advocates warn that it's not a management tool.
In his first public speech as Secretary of Homeland Security, John Kelly said government networks are constantly being bombarded, but he offered few details on any new cyber policies or initiatives.