NOAA bumped the launch of a key weather data collection satellite to October 2016, but the agency doesn't anticipate a gap in weather forecast data because of the change.
The U.S. Army Contracting Command in Rock Island, Ill. is seeking commercial cloud solutions for Army enterprise applications.
Two efforts, ultimately aimed at providing interoperable radio communications for first responders across the nation, advanced on Dec. 9.
The Justice Department is trying to send threat information back to breach victims as an investigation progresses, according to a top cybersecurity official at the agency.
A former State Department employee pleaded guilty to computer hacking, cyberstalking and "sextortion" while based at the U.S. embassy in London.
A Senate panel quizzed policymakers and experts about potential remedies for problems with the 30-year-old visa waiver program.
The FBI director sounded upbeat about the possibility of convincing tech firms to give law enforcement access to encrypted customer communications with a warrant.
DHS awarded an expansion contract to help extend Einstein 3 Accelerated protections to civilian agencies by year's end under the new cybersecurity strategy.
Congress may have to fund the government with a temporary spending measure while an omnibus appropriations bill is finalized.
The new deputy assistant secretary of the Navy for unmanned systems is still exploring how best to deploy remotely guided vessels.
Top federal IT managers say that if agile development doesn't make you uncomfortable, you're probably doing it wrong.
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services aren't closing out contracts properly under federal regulations, possibly leaving money on the table with contractors according to the agency's Inspector General.
Two Homeland Security divisions are teaming up on a plan to build new interoperability into private sector surveillance systems for easy access by first responders and law enforcement.
Secretary Jeh Johnson is planning modifications to the terrorism alert system to make it more responsive to murkier threats and is considering changes to the K-1 visa program.
The Department of Homeland Security's assistant secretary is pushing for greater cooperation on public-private sectors on cyber security efforts between U.S. and Israel, after concluding a dialogue with Israeli officials this week.
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