The Army, and the DOD more broadly, must build out tech acquisition requirements based on the needs of the soldiers in the field, not commanders or acquisition officials, says one Army official.
Lawmakers probe why the U.S. needs a strategy, authorities and systems to deter and defend against cyber-enabled information operations directed as the U.S.
A few agencies will miss the May deadline to electronically submit their financial data, but robust support of spending data transparency from the White House, Congress and the private sector will keep the pressure on lagging agencies.
Congress and the White House need more time to come to terms on a package to fund the federal government for the remainder of fiscal year 2017.
Despite years of reform efforts and legislation, the DOD is still struggling to become more agile with IT acquisition, and Congress is searching for answers why.
The Trump administration's reorganization plan could be a catalyst for substantive change.
A bipartisan effort is underway on Capitol Hill to protect federal employees' pay if a government shutdown does happen.
With cyber attacks on the rise, experts wonder if voluntary norms are enough to keep the peace in cyberspace.
A notice on Opendata.EPA.gov warned the site would go dark on April 28, but the agency says it's "not going anywhere."
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer told reporters that he couldn't guarantee the government would be funded and open for business after April 28, but said that the administration was confident it would strike a deal with Congress.
The Pentagon has made it clear to Congress that a continuing resolution would be devastating to ongoing operations and acquisition, but can Congress find a way to fully fund the 2017 DOD budget?
The 2017 Defense authorization bill put temporary funding restrictions on DIUx, but the innovation organization says it is forging ahead and now has 25 contracts in place worth $48 million.