Although it's unlikely to pass, the president's budget request shapes the technology agenda.
The Energy Department has not fully met the requirements for physical and access control credentials, according to a new report from the OIG.
The Homeland Security Department is considering adopting new privacy guidance for Internet-based research that allows investigators to break the law, according to the Electronic Privacy Information Center.
Senate Republicans' cybersecurity bill puts the onus on industry, diverges from earlier bipartisan bill.
Although the public sector is lagging behind the private industry in cloud adoption, new research shows that almost half of governments globally are planning a cloud migration.
A discussion at the RSA conference identified the elements of successful security.
Cybersecurity is too important an issue to become a victim of partisan bickering.
Federal spending on technology research should continue despite the economy, congressman urges.
The federal CIO sounded a familiar refrain at an AFCEA breakfast.
The push for cyber superiority is reshaping the Air Force's approaches to planning, spending and training, says the Air Force CIO.
The Veterans Affairs Department set up a performance dashboard populated with sensitive data and failed to adequately protect it from unauthorized access, according to a new report.
DOD is looking to industry, other agencies to insert cutting-edge technology into long-standing doctrine.