The second highest ranking intelligence official in the federal government resigned, leaving the top two positions at ODNI without permanent leadership. The move coincides with the departure of ODNI chief Dan Coats, as President Trump looks to reshape the intelligence community.
An oversight report states that the Department of Agriculture may have skirted appropriations laws in its push to move two research agencies from Washington, D.C. to the Kansas City region.
Sens. Mark Warner and Jack Reed want assurances from Defense Secretary Mark Esper that politics isn't impinging on the Pentagon's ability to run its cloud acquisition program.
Two senior lawmakers are teaming up on a bipartisan effort to codify the Continuous Diagnostics Mitigation program run by DHS.
Newly appointed Defense Secretary Mark Esper said via spokesperson that "no award will be made on the program" until he's reviewed it.
Lawmakers still have to pass appropriations bills or a continuing resolution to avoid a shutdown Oct. 1, but the budget resolution sets the guidelines for a spending plan.
CIOs want FITARA scoring to grow as federal IT does, but not sprint ahead.
Rep. John Ratcliffe (R-Texas), President Trump's pick for Director of National Intelligence, sponsored cybersecurity legislation from his perch at the Homeland Security Committee.
Democrats try to capitalize on former Special Counsel Robert Mueller's testimony to move the needle on election security legislation, but Republicans and the White House are still balking.
Federal legislative networks can take a page from state playbooks and harness innovative cloud and procurement techniques for their modernization efforts.
Despite a tentative two-year budget deal, House leaders are preparing for a tough conference to reconcile differences with the Senate's version of the National Defense Authorization Act.
The House quietly passed legislation on July 23 that would expand cybersecurity research and development partnerships between several federal agencies and the government of Israel.
Congressional Democrats are sounding the alarm on the security threats facing the 2020 elections -- and bashing the senator they feel is most responsible for legislative inaction.
With conflict increasing between the U.S. and Iran, Mark Esper's confirmation brings some order to a seven-month round of musical chairs among the Defense Department's top leadership.
The deal would make money available to affected consumers, but some lawmakers want to go further.