Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-R.I.) teased plans for legislation against the scourge of botnets at a Georgetown appearance.
GSA has given vendors a heads-up on the next steps for its $50 billion EIS telecom contract and the Alliant RFPs.
Better governance, improved accountability and more training are needed to improve cybersecurity.
The $3.1 billion revolving IT fund proposed by the White House would jump-start the projects most in need of funding and would not preclude other investments, federal CIO Tony Scott said.
Steve Kelman talks with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services CIO Mark Schwartz about the practical matters of past performance evaluations and continued discourse.
Leading Defense Department officials warned lawmakers that global rivals could be outpacing the U.S. when it comes to accelerating military technology development.
Emphasizing the collaborative nature of cybersecurity work may prove a key lure to draw women into the male-dominated profession, according to one study.
An IG audit suggested ways the Fed could better safeguard economic data shared with reporters in special agency "lockup rooms."
Two key IT modernization bills could move in Congress, despite the compressed legislative calendar and the politically charged election year.
President Obama's choice to lead the Library of Congress told lawmakers that she planned to lead a technological transformation of the institution.
Attorney Michael Missal will join the Department of Veterans Affairs as inspector general. The agency had spent more than two years without a Senate-confirmed watchdog before Missal got the nod from the U.S. Senate on April 19.
Agencies have a May 2017 deadline to get their financial data online in standardized form. According to officials charged with implementing the law, it's unclear if everyone is going to make it.
A FOIA advisory committee is recommending that government update fee guidelines and permit agencies to release documents via email.
Steve Kelman explores what it takes to make sure managers are measuring the right things.
A flaw in a common telephony protocol that allows hackers to eavesdrop on calls poses a threat to national security, said Rep. Ted Lieu.
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