The Trump administration's new cyber doctrine may go a long way in clarifying the role of different agencies, but cybersecurity experts and former U.S. officials still have questions.
Congressional cybersecurity personnel may be barred from using appropriated funds to protect the personal email and devices of members and staff, according to a letter by Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.).
No. 2 Pentagon official Patrick Shanahan tries to allay Air Force worries that a Space Force would uproot its Space and Missile Command.
The Census Bureau bumped its lifecycle cost estimate for the 2020 count up to $15.6 billion last year -- more than $3 billion more than initially projected. But the GAO is, again, taking issue with the reliability of the estimate.
Concerns around the Defense Department’s management of services for the pending Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure bubble up as award protests mount.
Army Futures Command hopes to streamline the acquisition process with its own innovation arm and a new CTO.
As TMF funding hangs in the balance, the modernization board advises applicants not to bury the lede.
As part of a "minibus" funding bill lawmakers have agreed to extend the clock until after the midterm elections to keep the rest of government running at current funding levels as they continue deliberating on appropriations bills.
Quantum computing could upend current cryptography standards, and experts are urging government to take an interest in the technology as it develops.
Congressional advocates for legislation on voting security said the Trump order was welcome but didn't go far enough.
The House Homeland Security Committee is expected to advance a series of bills that will impact DHS operations and infrastructure.
A 2017 cybersecurity directive is providing DHS with a flood of data on hackers attempting to penetrate federal systems through fake emails, but thus far the agency has not articulated a plan for using the information.