Steve Kelman applauds ASI Government for sharing valuable knowledge -- and notes that there are still plenty of other questions to answer.
Private-sector innovation could send massive, failure-prone projects the way of the dinosaur if federal agencies are willing and able to seize the opportunity, says one leading CIO.
The organization has gathered 200 ideas on securing government networks and managing cybersecurity policy and operations.
The federal government is looking to fill its own cybersecurity needs by offering discounted online degree programs.
The two-year delay will give contractors time to adapt to a shifting landscape in cybersecurity requirements that has been characterized as a maze of piecemeal regulations.
The State Department's inspector general criticized the Broadcasting Board of Governors for failing to meet federal standards in cyber incident response.
Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald touted IT achievements in 2015 and laid out 12 priorities for 2016 in an appearance before the Senate Committee on Veterans’ Affairs.
Lawmakers grilled officials on the slow pace of progress in setting up a system to gather details on foreign visitors when they leave the U.S.
The mandated dive into government data is revealing surprising value to agencies, but it comes with rigorous reporting that runs deeper than a typical audit.
A new center to support the presidential transition officially launched Jan. 20, a year ahead of the next inauguration.
The new governmentwide Salesforce deal paves the way for other software platform acquisition efforts.
Lawmakers plan legislation to create an encryption commission to make recommendations on how companies and law enforcement can work together.
Steve Kelman points to GSA's CALC tool as an example of what smart collaboration can accomplish.
A 2015 GAO audit of the Federal Protective Services and the General Services Administration finds both agencies should collaborate more in matters of building security.
A new nonpartisan Congressional Cybersecurity Lab at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars aims to teach congressional staffers about cybersecurity.
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