The Section 809 report offers an opportunity to reflect on the future of federal agency tech leaders, but reports on the impending demise of CIOs at DOD may be exaggerated.
U.S. Cyber Commander Gen. Paul Nakasone said that with the current state of threats, he expects the cyber mission force to expand beyond 133 teams.
A top grid regulator wants to work with the Transportation Security Administration and industry on pipeline cybersecurity, while some in Congress want the Energy Department to take the reins.
A long-sought 1.9 percent pay raise appears to be packaged in appropriations bills to keep the government fully open for the rest of the fiscal year. Back pay for contractors, however, was dropped from the compromise package.
Some states and localities are still struggling to practice basic cyber hygiene when it comes to securing election infrastructure, according to a top federal cybersecurity official.
As a deal to avert another partial government shutdown began to take shape Monday afternoon, the Alaska senator also voiced support for a 2.6 percent federal pay raise.
With the clock running out on a continuing resolution funding multiple agencies, the White House and the Congress appear to be edging toward a deal -- but a lot can still go wrong.
Sens. Ron Wyden and Marco Rubio have asked the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency to consider banning federal employees from using apps created by foreign companies, which they claim could contain spyware.
A bipartisan group of senators has reintroduced legislation that would make it easier for cyber specialists in the federal government to detail at other agencies and lend their expertise.
The Library of Congress wants to replace one of the massive systems that manages its extensive collections of films, images and sound recordings.
A House panel is probing the legal gray area of excepted operations during a lapse in appropriations.
Lawmakers remain impatient for a single point of accountability for related efforts by Pentagon and the Department of Veterans Affairs to modernize electronic health records systems.
For more secure election equipment to be available for the 2020 vote, Congress needs to act in 2019, state officials say.
Sen. Mike Enzi (R-Wyo.), head of the Senate Budget Committee, is worried about growing Census IT costs and staffing challenges.
While a divided Congress might appear to be a recipe for inactivity, there are bipartisan agency priorities that could get attention in the near term worth focusing on.
Sign up for our newsletter.
Cyber reskilling programs may make sense for human resources, but not as a strategy for defending critical networks.
Steve Kelman believes an impressive revolution is brewing in Air Force IT development management.
More Opinion that Matters