After a personal intervention by President Trump, the Commerce Department rescinded export restrictions aimed at Chinese telecom manufacturer ZTE.
Technology for detecting and disabling unmanned systems that threaten U.S. facilities and assets requires more testing, witnesses told a Senate panel.
The House defense appropriations bill includes new reporting requirements on the JEDI project and the Defense Enterprise Office Solutions cloud efforts.
The top engineer of the Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation program said that success is more dependent on people and processes than technology.
Robust, cross-cutting organizational networks are key to disseminating cybersecurity threat information.
Nineteen Democratic senators urged National Security Advisor John Bolton to reconsider his decision to eliminate the national cybersecurity coordinator post.
The National Protection and Programs Directorate wants to change its name to match its focus on cross-cutting infrastructure threats.
Robert Wilkie is stepping aside from his role as acting secretary of Veterans Affairs while the Senate considers his nomination.
President Donald Trump signed three executive orders designed to make it easier to fire poor-performing civil servants and reduce official time spent on union activities while looking to agencies to renegotiate union contracts.
Dana Deasy told Congress at a FITARA hearing that when it comes to cloud, "there is no such thing as one solution."
The $717 billion 2019 National Defense Authorization Act sailed through the House.
Officials at two agencies with low Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act grades pushed back on their scores and outlined their future modernization plans before a House panel.
Halfway through a four-phase implementation, feds running the Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation program want to retool the process to ensure the back half runs smoother than the front half did.
The leaders of the Senate committee who will hold the confirmation hearing for Robert Wilkie to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs said they didn't expect the nominee's status as acting head of department to be a problem.
There is bipartisan support to fund the Energy Department's new cybersecurity office, some on Capitol Hill want more tangibles.