In oral arguments on a critical data access case, the Supreme Court justices examined whether a 1986 communications privacy statute can be adapted to cloud computing.
The Supreme Court heard arguments in a case that could have ramifications on the membership and power of public employee unions.
Microsoft is defending a case involving a 1986 law that will have consequences for cloud vendors and law enforcement no matter how it turns out.
The government is going to study the possibility of making a 100 megahertz swath of spectrum available for high-speed mobile broadband.
A DHS advisory group offers tops on how local and federal emergency responders can leverage social media.
U.S. border authorities lack the software to authenticate digital signatures in ePassports -- a situation two senators would like to change.
After almost two years at the helm of the Pentagon's innovation shop, Raj Shah is returning to the private sector.
The Securities and Exchange Commission released new guidance on how publicly traded companies should handle data breach disclosures.
Key members of the House Oversight committee want answers from Census Bureau leaders about readiness for critical 2018 tests.
GSA has to wait for Technology Modernization Fund appropriation, but the agency is preparing to be ready to go, said a top official.
For the 2020 census and beyond, the bureau has worked to develop a centralized data collection and processing system to improve cost and tech management. But will it be ready in time for 2020?
Administration officials say agencies need to streamline acquisition for the sake of their financial health.
The CSIS study also found that the public sector remains the most common target, but key enforcers aren't sure legislation is the solution.
In its second hackathon, the Air Force paid out a record amount in bounties after extending the December program 20 days.
The bureau wants industry input on moving its infrastructure to the cloud as a $30 billion IT services contract is set to expire.