The directorate's name change is about more than a title, say DHS leaders working with critical infrastructure sectors.
The Office of Management and Budget announced the first members of the Technology Modernization Fund Board.
Steve Kelman sits down with his colleague David Eaves to discuss, among other things, the differences between "digital" and "IT."
Senate Homeland Security Committee is lining up a DHS authorization bill for next week that includes a proposal to reorganize the agency's cybersecurity operation.
The Office of Management and Budget is officially accepting submissions from agencies for funds to modernize their outdated technologies under the Modernizing Government Technology Act.
The Department of Homeland Security CIO John Zangardi said the agency was setting up a steering group to accelerate cloud adoption.
Agencies need to start paying attention soon, because the Connective Government Act will require all new sites to optimize for mobile users.
Open data advocates and former government employees have concerns about the fate of open government data, in light of budget and budget and staffing cuts and topics facing increased politicization.
Varied and uneven security clearance processes for contractors across DHS components are leading to confusion and problems for vendors, industry experts told a congressional panel.
The outgoing NSA and U.S. Cyber Command chief told lawmakers CyberCom is not sitting on its hands when it comes to potential Russian cyber interference, but it lacks the authority to do more absent additional presidential direction.
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.
More than a few committee chairs and members with cyber and technology policy chops are leaving Congress. Will it matter to the govtech space?