Cybersecurity gets its own agency under a reorganization bill that is headed to the White House for the president's signature.
Congress passed landmark cybersecurity legislation in late 2015, but Pentagon agencies have a spotty record of implementation, according to a watchdog report.
With Democrats taking control of the House, the 2020 census could see some significant changes.
Top acquisition officials from DHS and DISA worry the overuse of OTAs could bring on legislation to rein them in.
One of the most popular lawmakers on IT modernization issues is in a tight race for his political survival.
The ongoing political fight over the Trump administration's handling of the FBI headquarters plan could ensnare the popular chief of the General Services Administration.
Union talks are grinding to a halt across multiple agencies, and a group of Senate Democrats wants to know if it's because negotiators are taking their cues from invalidated executive orders.
A senior intelligence official said the current backlog of about 600,000 security clearance investigations could be cut in half in spring of 2019.
The president's budget director wants agencies to do a better job making the Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation program work.
The winners are the Department of Labor, the General Services Administration and, for the second time, the Department of Agriculture.
Two senior Republicans on the House Appropriations Committee want the Pentagon's internal watchdog to open an investigation into the agency's ongoing $10 billion cloud procurement.
Freshman congressman Ro Khanna (D-Calif.) has already introduced a bill to give federal websites a facelift and has rolled out 10 principles on data privacy as the "Internet Bill of Rights."
Congress is running out of time to move on an internet-of-things security bill offered by Sen. Mark Warner, but the Virginia Democrat is hopeful agencies can pitch in with their own rules.
While Congress has yet to fund the Modernizing Government Technology Act for FY2019, agencies continue to submit project for consideration this year.
As bipartisan voting security legislation stalls, a bill to require paper ballots and post-election audits is gathering Democratic support in the Senate.
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