Large parts of the federal government will shutter at least temporarily as Congress fails to enact a four-week stopgap spending bill. As agencies prepare to power down, officials say cybersecurity is being given a higher priority than it was in the 2013 shutdown.
The GAO is concerned that the next-generation air traffic technology that precisely tracks commercial and military aircraft is vulnerable to hackers.
The House of Representatives voted to pass a month-long funding bill to keep the government open, but its Senate prospects are uncertain.
After a lengthy rollout, military health leaders will evaluate user feedback on MHS Genesis to prepare for full deployment.
Vendors say the Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation program must evolve to deal with emerging threats.
Fake FCC comments are yet another sign of Russia's ongoing destabilization campaign against U.S. targets, a social media expert told Congress.
President Trump’s nominees for two key intelligence community oversight roles offered support of section 702 reauthorization during a smooth confirmation hearing.
Sen. Jerry Moran is worried that the VA is going to miss the opportunity to streamline the implementation of its planned electronic health record system.
DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen assured senators that the agency would help private companies protect themselves, but she shied away from endorsing active defense tactics.
GSA's inspector general warned that the transition to the new $50 billion telecom contract is being put at risk because of a lack of interagency agreements.
Rep. Gerry Connolly (D-Va.) and Sen. Brian Schatz (D-Hawaii) are pushing to give federal employees a pay raise.
While commercial providers have responsibilities, one senior officer said, defense agencies are ultimately responsible for protecting data in the cloud.
Agencies consistently underreport IT project funding, according to a recent oversight report, but progress is being made.
Members of the federal financial community have doubts the Trump administration's plan to reorganize the federal government while slashing civilian budgets will make agency operations more efficient.
A new GAO study finds acquisition chiefs and CIOs aren't always connecting on IT spending.