In response to growing threats to federal information systems, a draft funding bill for DHS looks to elevate the agency's cybersecurity mission.
The prospect of keeping the government open past the Dec. 8 continuing resolution deadline just got more complicated.
Full implementation of technology needed to track visa holders leaving the U.S. could be ready at airports across the U.S. in the next four years, but cooperation from airlines is key.
A Republican senator's annual government waste report cites IT boondoggles, programs with insufficient oversight and structural impediments to efficient hiring.
Senate appropriators are continuing a series of spending restrictions and reporting requirements for the IRS in FY2018, even as planned IT modernization lags.
Congress is looking to boost an ongoing project to aggregate U.S. coastal mapping data.
Health and finanical information are subject to special treatment under the law -– and some experts are wondering if agricultural data should get similar protection.
The defense bill restores FAA registration requirements for small-drone operators, after rules were struck down by the Court of Appeals.
Five voting machine companies responded to questions from Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) and largely downplayed the threat to their products, pointing to other dangers in the election system.
The legislative push to get federal agencies up to speed on IT, eliminating creaky and expensive legacy systems will end with the president's signature.
Secret cyber threat data and a clunky clearance process are barriers to bidirectional information sharing, industry representatives told Congress.
John Rood, the Lockheed Martin executive nominated for undersecretary of defense for policy, is drawing questions on how he would treat his former firm.