A Congressional Research Service legal sidebar explains why campaign trail claims that ICE endorsed Donald Trump for president are not accurate.
The Office of Personnel Management will conduct a governmentwide survey to measure workplace flexibility as part of its efforts to attract and keep talented feds.
More than two years after Attorney General Eric Holder penned a memo to federal prosecutors offering guidance on pursuing cases under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, litigation prompted the DOJ to release the document to the public.
Fiscal 2017 IT budget plans detail how the Agriculture Department aims to be a powerhouse in network and financial services.
GAO auditors will take a comprehensive look at the government's cloud security program by talking to agencies and commercial providers.
The White House is exploring a centralized method of providing IT and cybersecurity capabilities to agencies for the next administration.
GSA announces that a former Pixar executive will take the TTS commissioner role that Phaedra Chrousos left in July.
A draft policy sets out how agencies should prioritize IT modernization efforts.
The revised National Cyber Incident Response Plan is on track to be completed by the end of the year, but the more difficult challenge might be determining when a cyber incident reaches a threshold that activates the plan.
The Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program deserves praise, not criticism, and here are four reasons why.
Lawmakers want answers from government officials and the private sector on how a distributed denial-of-service attack crippled leading websites last week.
As the Obama administration nears its end, the service secretaries say technological threats will continue to grow and the DOD must reform how it develops systems and its workforce to keep pace with adversaries.
More efficient and cost-effective IT often comes down to customer involvement and comfort, according to some IT experts.
Experts have some advice for the next administration on tackling open-data initiatives early in its term to improve government operations and service.
Hack the Pentagon proved to Defense Department officials that outside hackers can be assets, not adversaries.
Nominations are now being accepted for the 2017 Federal 100 Awards.
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