The Department of Defense says a plan to go to all-digital federal records accession will cost too much and interfere with existing digitization plans.
Some experts say that given uneven IT security requirements for voting systems, the best protection against election hacking may be less technology.
A group of Harvard students just wrapped up the first year of a fellowship program they designed to create a tech skills pipeline for government.
The agency charged with enforcing campaign finance rules faces a new high-tech threat that it's not equipped to handle, says a former federal elections official.
Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery are changing government IT.
The USDA announced a series of updates and new features to its FoodKeeper mobile app.
As more cars become connected and collect user data, agencies seek to define roles in safeguarding consumer data.
Spotlight on the Census
As the Census Bureau has had to cancel or suspend programs to cope with budgetary constraints, Congress is going to have to ramp up funding and oversight down the home stretch to avoid a failed count.
Sen. Jeff Flake is skeptical that the Ninth Circuit court's embrace of technology will meaningfully address its case backlog.
The National Archives and Records Administration plans to stop accepting non-electronic records submissions from agencies by the end of 2022.
A formalized risk framework can help agencies gain control of their entire information lifecycle.
CIA open source leader John Sherman has been tapped to serve as CIO of the intelligence community.
Blockchain, AI and IoT all have the potential to transform government IT, the research firm's latest analysis predicts.
At the Election Assistance Committee's latest meeting, officials warn of "enlightening and frightening" planning exercises and a need for additional funding.
The Heritage Foundation is recommending that hundreds of thousands of federal jobs be replaced by automation as part of a larger government reorganization strategy.