USDA and GSA pushed out requests for proposals to help implement the next stage of the administration's Centers of Excellence program, but they require a quick turnaround.
The social media giant has revealed what it believes to be a coordinated effort by unknown parties using its platform to influence the outcome of the 2018 elections.
GSA and the Small Business Administration look to make tech innovation and commercialization easier across government.
The Trump administration wants input on a new center that would bring together government and industry researchers and academics to help modernize processes and services.
A $380 million appropriation for election security is going to run out before the November elections, and House Democrats and some state officials are looking to renew the funding.
A House-passed appropriations bill eliminates $380 million in grants to states to support election security, despite efforts by some Democrats to maintain the funding.
A new trade group, the Better Identity Coalition, wants government to assume a stronger role in validating online identity.
Another Hill hearing on social media shows members and staff struggling to keep pace with the knowledge required to do oversight on technology topics.
Army leadership announced that Austin, Texas, will be the new home of its modernization command, taking advantage of the city's built-in tech-centric culture.
In a new report, the chief of the Information Security Oversight Office warns that the system by which critical security information is created, classified and shared is overburdened by a reliance on paper, legacy policies and incompatible tech.
The Trump administration's federal data strategy met its first milestone, the release of an initial set of draft principles.
TechCongress is trying to inject technology expertise into the legislative branch.
The General Service Administration's digital shop has a new executive director, Angela Colter.
A new bill from the ranking Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee would but restrictions on the use of social media bots by political groups.
DHS' money and expertise are helping states secure election systems, but some officials are still wary of federal overreach.
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