The contracting regime run by the Army's Computer Hardware, Enterprise Software and Solutions is moving into a new phase with big implications for federal IT acquisition.
The Interior Department has unveiled a prototype app to keep private drones from interfering with aerial firefighting efforts.
GSA's inspector general says the agency must do a better job of ensuring the government receives competitive pricing from resellers, which often charge different prices on different contracts.
In a new report, the Justice Department's inspector general says the FBI’s yearly process for prioritizing cyberthreats might not accurately identify the most pressing threats.
The information and communications technology sector in warn-torn Afghanistan is growing with U.S. help, but tracing agencies' exact investments is not easy.
After 54 years, a rule requiring the atomic energy secretary to handwrite changes to official agency transcripts is being deleted.
The nascent Cyber Threat Intelligence Integration Center provides a mechanism for attributing cyber breaches to threat actors.
The Census Bureau is seeking public feedback on its plan to use Puerto Rico as a proving ground for tech in advance of the 2020 enumeration.
States are getting an early look at what they might have to do to opt out of a nationwide, interoperable broadband network for first responders.
The FCC's 5G rules could enable health IT innovations such as remote medical care, mobile applications and wireless body sensors, according to a top agency official.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services is looking a new CTO, a job that involves taking a leadership role on the HealthCare.gov website.
A top DHS official said the coordinated cyberattack on the Ukrainian power grid last year should be a wake-up call for critical infrastructure providers in the U.S.
NASA has selected Jeanette Hanna-Ruiz as its new chief information security officer.
The attack on several congressional websites comes in the wake of a failed coup in Turkey -- an uprising some Turkish leaders have blamed in part on the U.S. government.
A new program will provide rugged secure handheld smart devices to Marines.
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