Back-to-back resignations raise concerns about how things will be run without permanent leadership in key areas from policy to tech development.
Major defense company executives are pushing the White House and Pentagon for additional financial relief due to increased costs caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
The Federal Communications Commission reluctantly moves ahead with plans to reallocate and auction public-safety spectrum.
The Pentagon’s Joint Artificial Intelligence Center is focused on overlaying AI tools on the military’s mega information-sharing platform effort, called Joint All Domain Command and Control.
Provisions would block the OPM-GSA merger and empower unions, but the bill does not touch on pay raises.
The legislation would give $2.25 billion to DHS' cyber wing and set up an integrated cybersecurity center with other agencies, state and local governments and private industry.
Wider data sharing in the COVID-19 era takes will, as well as broader thinking, AI and machine learning, said White House tech expert.
DOD and DHS radar spectrum could be next candidate for shared commercial use, according to a new NTIA study.
Secretary Robert Wilkie also discussed the electronic health care records rollout and VA's need to pay more for certain essential hires.
A particularly dangerous vulnerability affecting BIG-IP networking devices likely impacts every major sector in the world, including federal agencies.
The next iteration of the General Services Administration’s popular small business tech and IT services contract will top the current vehicle’s spending ceiling.
A provision added to the House version of the FY 2021 National Defense Authorization Act raised privacy concerns, but security considerations won out.