Gen. Keith Alexander cites need for access to information to thwart attacks.
As sequestration looms on the horizon, here are some ways government contractors can best prepare.
Columnist Alan Balutis reflects on the important contributions that the late Lynn McNulty and Mark Zelinger made to the federal IT community.
The old rules of war don’t apply in cyberspace, so the federal government is writing a new book for the new age of combat.
First survey since Telework Act reveals key trends.
The nature of war and aggression has changed rather dramatically over the years, and governments are trying to define when and how to use sophisticated new cyber tools.
The 2005 round of base realignment has cost $14 billion more than planned, so far, according to the GAO.
Number crunching by the congressional agency charged with reviewing congressional budgets reveals legislation to eliminate duplication comes with a price tag.
Sen. Rand Paul would like to end the practice of piggybacking legislation.
The Obama administration and a House committee are fighting over workforce development fund.
Government agencies are being assessed on their compliance with the 2010 Plain Language Act.
DOD turns paper and ink into binary code for efficiency.