New indictments of Russian hackers reveals a global effort to sow disinformation, according to U.S. officials.
Internet-connected devices pose special risks for federal agencies, and the National Institute of Standards and Technology is developing guidance to meet the need.
An explosive story from Bloomberg Businessweek alleges that Chinese government agents planted tiny chips in servers widely used in government and industry – but so far firms are denying reports.
The long-sought promotion of the National Protection and Programs Directorate was approved by the Senate on Oct. 3.
The Air Force's CTO Frank Konieczny said the service is considering a directive that every acquisition have a Kessel Run-like agile development component.
If confirmed, Steven Dillingham will be the first permanent director of the bureau since June 2017, and he would take over after the bureau's 2018 end-to-end test, the final in-field test of systems and operations before the decennial count.
The Navy's principal deputy program executive officer explains big changes coming in 2019.
A report from the Department of Homeland Security inspector general said that many agency components mismanaged the implementation of a "zero tolerance" policy at the border, and mismatched and incompatible IT exacerbated problems.
FEMA and the FCC are teaming up to test an emergency alert system that includes a presidential message sent to wireless phones.
Andrew Saul, President Trump's pick to head the Social Security Administration, plans to make IT modernization, data sharing and cybersecurity top priorities.
DHS chief Kirstjen Nielsen said her agency, the intel community and states are taking steps to make sure they're working out of the same playbook for securing the November elections.
The digital services team at VA is managing an effort to unify agency offerings under a single online umbrella.
Brig. Gen. Lorna Mahlock talks about how the service is looking to gain technical advantage.
The Federal Aviation Administration is taking a hard line with drone operators whose aircraft enter disaster areas and other prohibited airspace.
The Defense Department looks to targeted recruiting and bonuses to check the loss of cyber workers as it expands the Cyber Excepted Service Personnel System.
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Government leaders should examine how the private sector addresses massive vulnerabilities and inherent instability through collaboration.
Steve Kelman reports on what prompted Kelly O'Connor to take an rather unusual career turn.
Now it's time for federal contractors to follow suit.
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