To avoid massive data breaches in the future, the government must address its cumbersome acquisition process and misguided IT security practices.
The aviation regulator missed a Congressional deadline to develop rules of the sky-ways for drones.
A GAO report finds persistent weaknesses in how federal agencies protect their data and their IT systems.
House and Senate both approve a measure to maintain funding at fiscal 2015 levels through Dec. 11.
The new law empowers CIOs to fully integrate mobile technology into the federal workplace — and transform employee productivity.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
Even the prospect of another government shutdown has the head of the National Security Agency and U.S. Cyber Command worried that more of his workforce will decamp for the private sector.
NITAAC, SEWP V and other government-wide IT contracting vehicles are doing a booming business as the end of fiscal 2015 looms.
Industry is pushing back against the prospect of spectrum restrictions as the age-old tradeoff – stability or innovation – looms with mobile connectivity.
During an impassioned National Telecommunications and Information Administration meeting, lawyers and stakeholders slogged away at a drone-flying guide.
Expanded responsibilities under the Data Act are only going to make things tougher for understaffed IG offices, says a new report.
It can be tough for contractors to recover from a shutdown, which has broad implications for the effectiveness of agencies' IT operations.