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At a House hearing on DHS employee morale, the agency's human resources chief testified that the rankings don’t take into account ongoing efforts to address internal issues.
Members of the House Homeland Security Committee quizzed experts about the capabilities of Iran's cyber forces.
In a flurry of letters from Capitol Hill before Christmas, the Agriculture and Treasury Departments got advice on leveraging Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions for modernization.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development is failing to safeguard and manage more than 1 billion records containing personally identifiable information, according to a management alert from the agency's internal watchdog.
VA, HHS offer a look at how data management mandates from recent legislation are helping agencies.
There's still no information yet on how the congressionally mandated NAPA study will be conducted.
The panel would be charged with identifying federal regulations and challenges that may inhibit the development or deployment of IoT and examine how federal agencies could benefit from greater reliance on connected devices.
In a congressional hearing, executives from the three major voting machine manufacturers said they were open to new reporting and regulatory requirements.
The decision to relocate staff could disrupt key relationships with Congress and OMB and set the stage for a dismantling of the agency, say former employees.
There is appetite in both parties to change the "Wild West" atmosphere of social media platforms, but lawmakers must also navigate privacy issues.
Leveling up CISA and CyberCom and streamlining Congressional jurisdiction will be among the recommendations issued in an upcoming report from the Cyberspace Solarium Commission.
President Trump signed a defense policy bill and two funding bills that include some welcome news for federal employees.
The Defense Department is on the brink of major acquisition changes to help encourage faster tech adoption.
With a day left before the current stopgap measure funding the federal government expires, the Senate advanced two bills to avert a shutdown and keep government open through the end of fiscal year 2020.
Responding to press accounts, a group of lawmakers want to know if the Department of Housing and Urban Development is supporting the use of biometric surveillance in public housing properties.
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This will be the year when IT governance practices drive a new wave of mission benefits, rather than just better control over IT infrastructure spending.
New entrants bring new applications that add significant value to government data.
In a rapidly changing environment, expecting overworked acquisition staff to become experts in every emerging technology is unrealistic.
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