A bipartisan group of lawmakers are introducing legislation to repeal the Cyber Information Sharing Act of 2015, which hitched a ride on the omnibus bill at the end of 2015.
Despite the talent at NSA and U.S. Cyber Command, there is a mismatch between Chinese and U.S. investments in cyberspace, said House Armed Services Committee Chairman Mac Thornberry.
Lawmakers heard from skeptical industry experts on the export control policy and process of implementing the 2013 amendments to the Wassenaar Arrangement.
The Obama administration's long-anticipated cyber deterrence plan doesn't feature enough offense for Sen. John McCain.
A spending bill provision expands CIO budget authority to independent agencies, but whether or how agencies will actually change their operations is an open question.
The Veterans Benefits Management System has improved responses to compensation claims, but government watchdogs are questioning the VA's claims of improvement, as well as overall agency management.
President Obama's final State of the Union address was light on tech, and was his first in many years not to directly address cybersecurity.
A new report highlights how onerous the process of obtaining government documents has become, despite the advent of electronic records.
The House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform plans to mark up new legislation on IT security, personnel and contracting.
Industry experts push for more funding for federal cybersecurity and urge agencies to follow the private sector's lead in this area.
Years-old GAO actions remain unclosed, as the Census Bureau girds itself for 2020.
Lawmakers at a Jan. 7 House Armed Services Committee hearing explored both structural and technological challenges to acquisition reform.