A planned blanket purchase agreement will cover agencies looking to tap into GSA's modernization acceleration program.
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States have made some progress getting rid of older and paperless voting machines, but the nation's security concerns in 2020 could still look a lot like 2016.
Artificial intelligence could help federal employees better focus on their agencies’ core missions, but leadership will must step up to manage that change.
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.
Centralization can be stifling, but silos aren't sustainable. So now what?
As the number of online Social Security users has shot up, the percentage of users who access their statements online has plummeted.
DHS' cyber chief pushed back on media reports that it was drawing down personnel and resources from efforts to combat foreign interference with U.S. elections.
Assistant Secretary for Defense Acquisition Kevin Fahey said his office is planning on scrapping DOD 5000 acquisition requirements and starting from scratch with an eye to being more digital ready.
A number of the Census Bureau's plans to save money on the 2020 population count need work, according to an agency watchdog.
Clare Martorana will take over as CIO of the personnel agency, and David Nesting will serve as her deputy.
With the passage of the OPEN Government Data Act, openness is now the default setting for federal data, but success still depends on buy-in at agencies.
An interagency process assessed efforts to hack into voting machines and election systems or alter voter behavior through covert influence campaigns on social platforms and other media.
For more secure election equipment to be available for the 2020 vote, Congress needs to act in 2019, state officials say.
In its first civilian-focused hiring event, the Air Force’s software factory Kessel Run looks to bring on about 30 new personnel.
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A new fellowship program for young government cyber hires promises college loan repayment for participants, but the incentives don't reward long government service.
Despite bountiful evidence of wasteful IT spending, Congress has yet to get serious about retiring the nation's antiquated IT.
The co-founders of Coding it Forward weigh in on the talent-recruitment efforts in civic tech.
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