The Obama administration announced new guidelines for autonomous vehicles, taking the technology "from sci-fi fantasy to an emerging reality with the potential to transform the way we live."
Cyber Command is developing the ability to support critical infrastructure protection, said Deputy Commander Lt. Gen. James McLaughlin.
The latest Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey shows only marginal gains in job satisfaction among feds.
FCC CIO David Bray discusses change agents, government's existential question and the aspirations for this year's Executive Leadership Conference
The Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity has completed its public hearings and turns to the tough task of agreeing on recommendations.
A State Department watchdog has been selected to lead internal oversight at the Office of Personnel Management.
Citing "a chronic shortage both in quantity and quality of cybersecurity personnel," Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker calls on cyber commission to focus on workforce development, IT modernization and shared services.
Customs and Border Protection will store social media data on Visa Waiver Program applicants just like other data, but privacy advocates contend the agency hasn't provided enough details on how it will use the information.
The Navy's supply command has signed an agreement to use the General Services Administration's acquisition vehicle for complex professional services.
A major force for category management and innovative acquisition, Rung is reportedly going to work for Amazon.
GAO report warns that OMB's unclear guidance on agile development is interfering with agencies' ability to report on the status of such projects.
Edward Snowden claims he leaked more than 1 million classified intelligence documents out of concern for Americans' rights, but a new congressional study says he is just a disgruntled employee.
The U.S. Digital Service and 18F lack the ability to assess whether they have achieved their goals and hold themselves accountable, according to GAO.
The DOD is opening a new Defense Innovation Unit Experimental office in Austin, Texas, while Congress debates legislation that could defund DIUx.
Sen. Ted Cruz is leading an effort to stop a long-standing U.S. plan to cede control of an aspect of global internet architecture.
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