IT cost overruns and fears of low online response rates have contributed to a steep upward revision of the costs of counting the U.S. population in 2020.
A motion to dismiss a lawsuit against President Trump argues that a president gets to decide what is and isn't a presidential record.
New legislation would improve security and oversight of connected devices.
Why the Army needs to solve its communication problem with Congress if it hopes to secure more funding.
IT modernization legislation looks to avoid the end-of-year spending spree, but some say time pressure can spark creativity.
Draft legislation before the House Intelligence committee puts new restrictions on the use surveillance powers to target Americans, but privacy advocates are looking for more reforms.
Why it's important to keep iterating on the Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act to meet today's cybersecurity challenges.
The House Homeland Security Committee approved a bill to build in tech and new acquisition rules to border security.
A bill to require DHS and components to keep a closer eye on major border security technology acquisitions could soon see a vote in the full Senate.
IRS CIO Gina Garza told Congress that she and other tech officials at the tax agency did not sign off on a $7 million contract awarded to Equifax a month after the credit monitoring firm disclosed a massive data breach.
Shared services and workforce reductions are expected to feature prominently in the White House’s plan to reorganize the federal government, but some changes could benefit from additional outside authorities.
A bill that would rename and federate a key Homeland Security cybersecurity component is key to fueling the agency's efforts in cybersecurity and its overall image, supporters say.