The Defense Department’s third top position will get eliminated after just two years in existence, according to language in the final version of the 2021 National Defense Authorization Act.
Lawmakers are poised to vote on a defense policy bill that would advance dozens of recommendations made by a cyberspace commission.
Social distancing requirements under the pandemic led to the acceleration of a modernization plan that included adding video feeds to the asylum interview process.
As previous IT investments proved their worth in 2020, the pandemic is prompting agencies to accelerate their modernization efforts
Defense committee leaders plan to vote on the annual defense bill without key items on President Trump's wish list.
Although the governmentwide category management initiative is saving agencies billions, it could be even more effective with some higher-level guidance, according to a Government Accountability Office report.
The Defense Information Systems Agency has refreshed its three-year strategy to better emphasize cyber defense and role of enterprise services.
Eileen Vidrine, the Air Force's chief data officer, talks about department's priorities are, how they've changed this year and how the Defense Department's data strategy ties it all together.
We have now advanced past that initial disruption brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, and agencies and organizations should ask themselves: how can we make our supply chains better for the long term, and how do we continue to improve work-from-home security?
A new Government Accountability Office report says the Pentagon's architecture to unify its cyber efforts lacks governance structure and goals.
The Senate Appropriations Committee's bill would aim to help CISA reduce an ongoing backlog of vulnerability assessments requested by state and local agencies.
President-elect Joe Biden’s national security team is taking shape. FCW talked with experts to understand exactly what’s at stake for the Defense Department’s modernization efforts over the next four years.