For the second time in 2017, the General Services Administration is requesting feedback on ways to reduce its reliance on a proprietary business entity identifier system it uses to track government contracts.
The House narrowly approved a budget blueprint that omitted deep cuts to federal retirement benefits initially sought by conservatives on Capitol Hill.
There is "incredible alignment" in support of IT modernization, officials say, but better planning is needed to take full advantage.
Army CIO Lt. Gen. Bruce Crawford said the formation has to shed the "thinking of old" and think outside of the procurement process if it wants to be cyber-battle ready.
The top three technologies for compliance with the cybersecurity executive order.
A new solicitation sets the stage for a new advisory structure to help the Office of American Innovation modernize federal IT.
A legal framework for information security research is gaining traction, said a senior Justice Department official, but the guidance is broad, with specific policies emerging from the private sector.
To truly transform federal IT, agencies will need more than just reallocated resources.
As the Census Bureau prepares to ramp up its preparations on a tight budget and schedule, the Government Accountability Office decided a critical $283 million contract was not rightfully awarded.
In a terse response to probing questions from Capitol Hill, a White House liaison indicates that there's no new policy when it comes to encrypted messaging platforms.
China's new cybersecurity law does more than undergird plans for AI market dominance -- it shows how the government is building out rules for a new age of computing.
The Department of Homeland Security is requiring agencies to use new email and web security protocols.