Entering his final term as chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, Rep. Michael McCaul hopes to sharpen his panel's legislative control over DHS.
It's easy to assume the United States is leading the way on digitally serving the citizen. Steve Kelman argues that confidence is misplaced.
The Air Force is launching a technology accelerator program as part of a new effort to reform acquisition procedures and rapidly field commercial technology to address military needs.
The General Services Administration's Technology Transformation Service spelled out exactly how it wants security researchers to report vulnerabilities found on a variety of government systems.
Big data, modernization and other issues will link the incoming and outgoing administrations.
DHS wants innovators to help address cybersecurity in the financial sector.
By analyzing data on workforce needs and hiring efforts, agencies can take the lead in the race to recruit and retain cybersecurity professionals.
The Justice Department said changes to criminal rules will help catch pedophiles and cybercriminals, but privacy advocates say the rules are a dangerous expansion of government hacking powers.
GAO has told the FAA to take a look at how it might regulate near-space vehicles as commercialization of the last frontier continues.
Alina Semo, a veteran litigator at the National Archives and the Justice Department, will take over as director of the Office of Government Information Services.
A House committee wants the General Services Administration to ensure that its primary contractor database contains accurate information on companies that are delinquent on their taxes.
The United States Transportation Command is seeking industry and academic partners to study the risks and rewards of moving to the cloud.
The president-elect has hinted at his management priorities. Alan Balutis pulls all those clues into one place.
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The Office of Personnel Management has put a hiring freeze on most Senior Executive Service positions to take effect Dec. 7, the same day President Obama has asked political appointees to hand in their resignations.