Two Senators want to change the way the institution talks about its cybersecurity problems and see data on the scope of the threat.
Now that they're in the majority, House Democrats are pressing for answers on why a planned move by the FBI to a suburban campus was derailed.
A new House committee focused on modernizing technology and processes in the legislative branch heard input from more than 30 lawmakers on updating Congress.
GSA will send implementation plans for its e-commerce portal project to Congress this month.
Lawmakers pressed Accenture Federal Services over a $300 million contract to build a hiring system for the U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
The Trump administration's national cybersecurity strategy is a good start but more accountability is needed, the head of the Government Accountability Office told two congressional panels on March 6.
Much of the legislative wish list for one of the federal government's largest unions consists of fighting against workforce changes proposed in the first two years of the Trump administration.
Nine capital-area Democrats want answers from the Trump administration on when a 1.9 percent pay raise for civilian feds will start showing up in employee paychecks.
At midnight March 1, the Merit Systems Protection Board will be in unprecedented territory: without a single appointed member.
As the DOD's $10 billion cloud procurement winds through a protest lawsuit, the Pentagon's top tech officer said the delays could contribute to federation and sprawl.
State election officials are supposed to be relying on updated voluntary federal security standards when purchasing new voting machines, but they may have to wait a long time.
The Pentagon is having trouble hiring via the Cyber Excepted Service, thanks to too few personnel and a backlogged and complicated security clearance process.
Officials with the Department of Veterans Affairs touted progress on the agency's long-term electronic health records modernization, but appropriators still have concerns about the multi-billion-dollar project.
The Transportation Security Administration oversees 2.7 million miles of gas pipeline with 5 full-time employees -- none of whom have cyber experience.
Data from the Federal IT Dashboard and FISMA reports suggests that high-level agency vacancies slow modernization spending and are linked with a higher incidence of security breaches.
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