Despite heightened scrutiny following the 2016 elections, a new study found virtually no difference in adoption of upgraded voting equipment or use of paper ballots.
The Department of Justice launched a one-stop shop for users to submit online Freedom of Information Act requests across government.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services is flipping the switch on a service that lets Medicare beneficiaries more easily download and share their health data.
Steve Kelman sits down with his colleague David Eaves to discuss, among other things, the differences between "digital" and "IT."
Open data advocates and former government employees have concerns about the fate of open government data, in light of budget and budget and staffing cuts and topics facing increased politicization.
A DHS advisory group offers tops on how local and federal emergency responders can leverage social media.
After almost two years at the helm of the Pentagon's innovation shop, Raj Shah is returning to the private sector.
National intelligence and homeland security officials briefed state officials and private-sector stakeholders about election cybersecurity threats.
At a Senate hearing, three intelligence chiefs acknowledged the White House has not specifically directed them to dedicate resources towards securing election infrastructure, but told lawmakers they are still focused on addressing the issue.
Steve Kelman writes that the nascent Digital Services Coalition could change industry collaboration -- if its members can preserve the culture of trust.
The administration signals its commitment to changing DOD's acquisition and IT culture by more than doubling its proposed investment in the Defense Innovation Unit Experimental.
New legislation fills in financial reporting gaps in the the Digital Accountability and Transparency Act.
A move by Republicans to publicly release a classified memo could have unintended consequences for federal employees.
The Department of Agriculture is looking to consolidate internal operations and get help from outside agency walls to carry out its modernization plans.
With 2018 primaries fast approaching, policymakers are addressing election security concerns on multiple fronts, including online ad disclosure and cybersecurity for voting systems.