If you want a bellwether for IT spending across federal civilian agencies, a good starting point just might be the Department of Health and Human Services.
More standoffs are likely, experts warn, and the only certainty is that the regular rules are unlikely to apply.
The U.S. and the international community have yet to agree to standard definitions of cyber attacks and cyber-enabled economic warfare, and that's hindering effective policy responses to attacks, according to a new report.
The National Industrial Security Policy Operating Manual is a solid start, but agencies and contractors can't approach this as a compliance exercise.
A combination of tech companies and civil liberties groups oppose DHS Secretary John Kelly's suggestion that border officials could collect social media passwords as a condition for entry.
A group of state officials formally opposed the DHS critical infrastructure designation for election systems and want it rescinded.
Despite cybersecurity policy advances, former DHS officials say the private sector should not expect much help from the government with hacks and breaches.
DHS picks sites in Arizona, California and Texas to begin building a planned border wall, and also moves to hire thousands of new border agents.
How to balance cybersecurity threats and demographic trends in the federal workforce.
The current effort to integrate DOD systems with the Cerner electronic health record represents a new direction in Pentagon IT culture and practice, according to CIO Terry Halvorsen.
Some early signs suggest that the implementation of the Digital Accountability and Transparency Act could become a policy priority in the Trump administration.
DOD innovation programs are pushing ahead and industry show no signs of hesitation despite uncertainty around key leadership positions in the Pentagon.