Defense Secretary Ash Carter said the money would be used to better train cybersecurity personnel and develop more offensive tools.
The House panel in charge of FirstNet oversight did a reality check on the project, with some lawmakers concerned about security and state participation in the nationwide public safety communications network.
Letting go is part of the revolution agencies need to embrace in 2016, according to a new report.
The DHS inspector general said the Secret Service's outdated radio systems could affect its ability to protect the president and other high-ranking national officials.
The Government Accountability Office says some data element definitions offered by Treasury and OMB are potentially unclear, inconsistent and open to interpretation.
President Barack Obama is asking Congress for more than $4 billion to fund his new Computer Science for All initiative for public schools.
The Census Bureau has decided against letting enumerators use their own mobile devices for the 2020 count.
Lawmakers are looking for details about warnings that the Education Department's systems are ripe for a devastating hack.
The Department of Homeland Security's Einstein program has built in limitations that prevent it from detecting previously unknown attack vectors, according to a watchdog report.
A new watchdog report lays out a massive governance and data problem at the Homeland Security Department.
The chairman of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee said Congress is lagging on issues such as encryption and securing energy grids from cyberattacks.
For metric-based management, Steve Kelman argues, it's important that the measures not be specified from on high.
In the House, privacy hawks are making a bid to repeal recently passed cybersecurity legislation, but a similar effort doesn't seem to be building in the Senate.
Federal CIOs and industry analysts see potential savings -- and potential problems -- with an emerging OMB policy that would compel agency IT managers to use GSA's mobile contracts.
After a slowdown in previous years, GSA's biggest, most widely used contracting vehicle experienced modest growth in fiscal 2015, according to its manager.
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