Freshman Rep. Will Hurd builds a profile as Capitol Hill's go-to IT expert.
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency has made a point of hitching its operations to the boom in open source data. The next step could be philosophical -- a willingness to accept uncertainty.
Associate CIO and CTO Peter Tseronis is leaving the Energy Department at the end of the month.
Efforts to weaken encryption are misguided and will do nothing to protect individuals or national security.
A survey of buyers of government IT found surprising trends in the solutions being sought.
No deal was reached on major cybersecurity issues, but the two nations established a formal structure to keep on talking.
Industry is pushing back against the prospect of spectrum restrictions as the age-old tradeoff – stability or innovation – looms with mobile connectivity.
With short- and medium-term plans for IT modernization in place, the Army remains on the hunt for a long-term vision.
Even the prospect of another government shutdown has the head of the National Security Agency and U.S. Cyber Command worried that more of his workforce will decamp for the private sector.
During an impassioned National Telecommunications and Information Administration meeting, lawyers and stakeholders slogged away at a drone-flying guide.
NITAAC, SEWP V and other government-wide IT contracting vehicles are doing a booming business as the end of fiscal 2015 looms.
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