With the decennial count looming, a watchdog report finds problems with how the Census Bureau handles background checks of temporary employees.
Nearly four years after the data breach, OPM was found to have improperly awarded a multi-million contract for identity theft services.
Lawmakers on the Senate Armed Services Committee continue to press the administration for a cyber warfare doctrine and action on Russian election interference.
The Trump administration faces the challenge of trying to improve federal employee engagement amid plans to reduce overall headcount at many civilian agencies.
A newly released report and binding operational directive dating back to 2016 reveals alarm from DHS about network infrastructure security.
Steve Kelman checks in with the Coding it Forward fellowship program.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services is flipping the switch on a service that lets Medicare beneficiaries more easily download and share their health data.
A DIUx-driven Other Transaction Authority agreement with REAN Cloud that had been DOD-wide will now be limited to U.S. Transportation Command, and given a much lower ceiling of $65 million.
Lawmakers are pressing the Census Bureau's decision to ditch a pilot program to test postal workers as enumerators in the 2020 population count.
The FBI named John S. Adams to serve as the executive assistant director of its Information and Technology Branch.
Lisa Porter, the executive vice president of CIA venture arm In-Q-Tel and director of IQT Labs, would help run the Pentagon's newly reorganized IT and R&D operations.
Acting Defense Department CIO Essye Miller said the massive Joint Regional Security Stacks program is nearly 60 percent completed and on track to be done by the end of 2019.
Customs and Border Protection is nearing the end of development of one of the most complex IT systems in the federal government.
Separate cybersecurity alerts from DHS indicate new botnet attack vectors and updates the list of industrial control system vendors facing Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities.
The DOE wants $96 million in fiscal 2019 to fund a cybersecurity office to help manage threats facing the energy grid.