The Small Business Administration joined a few other agencies with a big early autumn telecommunications contract.
The Army Artificial Intelligence Task Force is looking to start a cyber project this year just in time for its third annual industry day.
The Army doesn't want to keep relying on the Defense Department's secret networks to collaborate with international mission partners, but the change faces some policy hurdles.
The General Services Administration is consulting with potential federal users to get them ready to use upcoming e-commerce platform.
OMB is currently drafting a memo and soliciting feedback from industry partners to regulate how agencies should use artificial intelligence in the workplace.
Commercial providers of technology and infrastructure want more federal protection to share specific cyber threat information about risky products and services.
Artificial intelligence and machine learning tools are helping perform cybersecurity tasks, but humans remain central to the process, experts say.
Army CIO Lt. Gen. Bruce Crawford said the service has begun to set up an enterprise cloud management office and hired a leader.
Officials express confidence that 2020 won't be a repeat of 2016, but testimony from state and local officials indicate that substantial security holes still exist.
Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy said lack of funding or a potential delay in the JEDI cloud bid "strikes to the heart of our concern."
Recruiting top analytical talent into government is tough, the Pentagon's top management officer says, but the payoffs can be big.
Federal spending and pricing data -- and who can access what -- are critical to success of the General Services Administration's e-commerce platform plans.