An appropriations bill funding the legislative branch calls for a study of resurrecting the defunct Office of Technology Assessment.
The House Armed Service Committee's 2019 defense spending bill also calls for more detail on the Pentagon's controversial JEDI cloud acquisition program.
The Office of Personnel Management is moving ahead with a series of changes to pension benefits that it estimates will save more than $143 billion over 10 years.
Governments and law enforcement bodies are searching for better fingerprint capture technology, and the results of a recent contest demonstrate they may be getting closer to a solution.
Steve Kelman reports on the results of a project-based Kennedy School course on public-sector innovation.
The administration's request for a new budget line for cybersecurity activities at the Department of Energy earned big backing in an FY2019 appropriations bill.
House Armed Services Committee Chairman Mac Thornberry’s markup of the 2019 Defense bill will be debated May 9.
The pressure for DOD contractors to bring their systems into compliance is especially strong, but these best practices can help any organization working with federal data.
The Energy Department opened a multimillion dollar funding pool for its national lab experts to further explore quantum computing.
Despite general agreement the Modernizing Government Technology Act was a win for federal IT, just nine projects were initially submitted for money from the central IT fund the law created.
Before ducking out for spring recess, the Senate confirmed Maj. Gen. Stephen Fogarty to head Army Cyber Command.
The General Data Protection Regulation's effects already are being felt far beyond the European Union.
The IRS is inching closer to operationalizing a public-private information sharing center to help prevent tax fraud including refund scams and identity theft.
In order for CIOs to handle their increasingly important, complex and ranging roles, federal CIO Suzette Kent wants to see greater authorities for and communication between agency tech offices.
The Transportation Security Administration wants high-tech start-ups to fuel development of smarter, faster detection capabilities for airport luggage scanners.