A new bill looks to maintain the DHS designation of election systems as critical infrastructure while helping state officials access classified threat information.
Two lawmakers are reviving a bid to improve cybersecurity at the Department of Health and Human Services by reorganizing cyber personnel and operations.
Congress still faces the decision whether to privatize air traffic control responsibilities and the jobs of 30,000 federal employees.
The House speaker and Democratic senator have introduced legislation to help measure government efficiency based on their commission’s findings.
One lawmaker thinks it's time for a dedicated inspector general with the authority to do penetration testing of federal agency networks and systems.
Pending modernization legislation could make a big difference in federal IT spending, according to a new trade association study and federal officials.
Privacy advocates and security hawks in Congress are grappling over the future of surveillance.
How applying automation technology can speed agencies' modernization of outdated systems.
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross testified the department is "in negotiations" with USPS to use its postal carriers part-time to conduct Census operations during the 2018 end-to-end test.
The NotPetya attack in June that briefly crippled shipping giant Maersk is a reminder that maritime cybersecurity vulnerability is a problem with global reach.
A pair of Democratic lawmakers is backing new cybersecurity standards for connected devices, including a framework to identify and label products.
The moderate New Democrat Coalition is looking for bipartisan support for a cybersecurity agenda focused on public-private cooperation.