The inspector general report documents a range of sloppy or incomplete IT practices for agency systems that support national security functions.
Best in Class recognitions highlight the public-sector potential of automation, machine learning, IoT and drone defenses.
In two years under a unified government, proposed workforce been defined by quarrels with federal unions, disputes over proposed pay freezes and retirement cuts and plans to reorganize the federal government.
Researchers are at work on advanced solutions to help protect vulnerable networks across the energy industry.
The ongoing political fight over the Trump administration's handling of the FBI headquarters plan could ensnare the popular chief of the General Services Administration.
The proliferation of connected devices including electric cars could provide grid operators with an operational view of cybersecurity threats.
The Department of Homeland Security is monitoring voting nationwide from an operations center that includes representatives from states, political parties and federal law enforcement.
With its $8 billion Defense Enterprise Office Solutions procurement shifting to Schedule 70, the Defense Information Systems Agency is focusing on scale.
In comments to Federal CIO Suzette Kent on the "Cloud Smart" policy, some big cloud providers said there are differences in models, but federal government should stick with NIST's cloud definition.
The new group allows participating companies to communicate with the National Institute of Standards and Technology about research needs without revealing proprietary secrets.
A national opinion study commissioned by the Census Bureau warned a controversial question on citizenship could be a "major barrier" to operations.
The Department of Homeland Security's new National Risk Management Center wants to change the way government and industry approach cybersecurity by establishing partnerships across critical infrastructure areas and government.
GSA and the White House are hoping shared services will drive IT modernization, but it could take some time.
Union talks are grinding to a halt across multiple agencies, and a group of Senate Democrats wants to know if it's because negotiators are taking their cues from invalidated executive orders.
At a Nov. 1 Information Security and Privacy Advisory Board meeting, a Homeland Security official detailed the composition and mission of the new group.
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