The House oversight operations subcommittee chairman's legislation would provide more clarity to the federal approval process for cloud services.
A squabble over protecting incumbent federal users in the recently auctioned 24 GHz spectrum points to breakdown in collaborative process, Democrats on the House spectrum panel say.
House Democrats rallied to pass the 2020 defense authorization bill without any Republican support, building contention over topline spending and other high-profile issues.
A House panel grilled energy regulators about the presence of Huawei and ZTE gear in power providers' operations.
Army Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Milley testified during his confirmation hearing that filling DOD's leadership vacancies was essential to the "effectiveness and efficiency of the department."
The Trump administration has yet to brief Congress on new rules governing offensive cyber operations, and some on the Hill are getting impatient.
The move comes as the Office of Personnel Management is taking steps to integrate its IT operations with the General Services Administration.
An official argued that such programs largely automate the manual identity verification practices the government has done for decades, but a recent breach looms large.
Congress has begun debating the future of the 2020 defense authorization bill and more than 400 amendments.
Rep. Gerry Connolly is taking his push to block the planned merger of OPM and GSA to the must-pass annual defense bill.
Members of the House Veterans Affairs Committee want to use the must-pass 2020 defense authorization bill to advance interoperability and joint management of the electronic health records systems at the Departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs.
The Department of Justice Inspector General is launching a probe into the decision to scuttle a longstanding plan to move FBI headquarters to a suburban location and allow commercial development on the current downtown site.
A new law will implement a raft of technology and cybersecurity reforms at the IRS while also restoring hiring authorities that officials say are key to attracting qualified IT talent.
The e-commerce effort dubbed "Amazon for government" is getting closer to becoming reality with a draft solicitation released by the General Services Administration.
Governments, private companies and financial institutions are all using AI to automate simple and complex processes. But what happens when an algorithm breaks the law and humans can't explain why?
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Cloud adoption is being driven by broader pressure on agencies and maturation of the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program.
In the era of big data, comprehensive CX programs are recommended for any enterprise to understand every aspect of customer interaction and perception. Though much has changed, that old adage that "the customer is always right" endures.
Rather than getting to the point of no return, agencies should manage cybersecurity through preventative action, technological excellence, hygiene and training.
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