Recent Department of Justice statements cast doubt around whether the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act would apply to hacked voting machines.
Can stakeholders and activists take this White House at its word that it is sincerely interested in advancing open data and open government policy?
The Department of Education will use the National Institutes of Health's governmentwide acquisition contract in a major procurement to modernize financial aid services.
The White House is planning to use automated bots to handle repetitive tasks in financial management and contacting.
The General Services Administration granted IBM a six-month $16 million extension on its contract to operate and modernize the SAM.gov system as the agency considers whether to put the business up for bidding.
Despite federal agencies' increasing use of social media use, many employees believe their organizations could improve.
Acquisition leaders are driving new policies to allow agencies to combine purchases and speed negotiations with vendors.
The new Army Futures Command aims to meld all of the service's modernization efforts under one command, but for now the Army program executive officer structure will remain in place.
With time growing short on the appropriations calendar, border wall funding could still be an issue when it comes to keeping the government open in October.
A series of well-intended cloud initiatives have left agencies with unforeseen security challenges, but overcoming them is not hard if you know where to look.
The critical infrastructure cyber protection directorate will likely spin out more than half a billion in procurements through various components.
The Department of Homeland Security is looking for an unclassified source of information about potential cybersecurity risks in the IT supply chain.