The Defense Department's cloud office will have a new home at the Defense Information Systems Agency later this month.
The Justice Department today said hackers likely accessed about 3% of email inboxes.
An executive order looks to block popular Chinese payment apps and other software from being used on U.S. devices.
The House today passed a bill aimed at standardizing the processes federal agencies use to onboard cloud computing technologies.
As COVID-19 exposed vulnerabilities in state and local government IT systems, the newly formed U.S. Digital Response stepped in to help.
A nationwide injunction blocks sections of the order that apply to contractors and grant recipients, including a hotline created for employees to report training materials.
Most agencies maintained their grades on the latest FITARA scorecard, but the new telecom category produced some failing marks.
The passage of the IoT Cybersecurity Improvement Act of 2020 means that NIST will start to address the gap in post-market guidance to help organizations adequately address newly discovered vulnerabilities in devices already on their networks.
Perspecta has held the Next General Enterprise Network contract for 20 years, dating back to when one of its legacy business in EDS won the Navy-Marine Corps Intranet contract in 2000.
GSA plans a program of customer and industry events and interactions in the early part of 2021 to help shape its OASIS replacement contract.
Steve Kelman check in with another startup firm finding its way into government IT.
The Dec. 15 announcement calls out seven pilot contracts across the Air Force, Navy and Missile Defense Agency.
The government watchdog determined most federal agencies were not following best practices for supply chain risk management established by the National Institutes of Standards and Technology.
After a re-award to Microsoft by the Department of Defense of the enterprise cloud contract, Amazon Web Services is headed back to court.
The 2021 National Defense Authorization Act would sets a timetable for DOD to stop buying microelectronics manufactured in certain countries, potentially boosting domestic manufacturing for national security.