Oversight has its place, Steve Kelman writes, but the IG reports focused on 18F almost seem hostile to innovation.
DHS is alerting contractors to the coming effort to construct a wall spanning the U.S.-Mexico border.
The Department of Commerce is behind on its Data Act preparations and risks missing a key May deadline, the agency watchdog warned.
More standoffs are likely, experts warn, and the only certainty is that the regular rules are unlikely to apply.
If you want a bellwether for IT spending across federal civilian agencies, a good starting point just might be the Department of Health and Human Services.
The number of close encounters between civilian aircraft and unmanned drones in national airspace is on the rise, the FAA reports.
The head of the NSA says that in the wake of Russia's hacking of the Democratic National Committee, the U.S. has to rethink what critical infrastructure means in a digital age.
Government transparency advocates expect Obama-era open data policies to continue but would like to see agencies and Congress prioritize their expansion.
The Department of Commerce is revising its confidentiality agreement for statistical data survey respondents to reflect the fact that the Department of Homeland Security could see some of that data if it is captured by the Einstein system.
According to a recent survey, gaps between existing skill sets and new requirements could hinder records management outcomes.
The U.S. and the international community have yet to agree to standard definitions of cyber attacks and cyber-enabled economic warfare, and that's hindering effective policy responses to attacks, according to a new report.
Reports from two more states say their election systems were scanned without authorization by DHS during election season.