The Trump administration faces the challenge of trying to improve federal employee engagement amid plans to reduce overall headcount at many civilian agencies.
A newly released report and binding operational directive dating back to 2016 reveals alarm from DHS about network infrastructure security.
Steve Kelman checks in with the Coding it Forward fellowship program.
A DIUx-driven Other Transaction Authority agreement with REAN Cloud that had been DOD-wide will now be limited to U.S. Transportation Command, and given a much lower ceiling of $65 million.
The FBI named John S. Adams to serve as the executive assistant director of its Information and Technology Branch.
Customs and Border Protection is nearing the end of development of one of the most complex IT systems in the federal government.
DHS' internal watchdog is planning to dig into FEMA's IT management practices, due to concerns it was misled by FEMA leadership about progress on IT management goals.
California Democrat Ted Lieu wants to expand the authority of the Federal Trade Commission to take action against companies who lose their consumer data in security breaches.
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency is looking to revamp its acquisition process to lean heavily on small businesses and agile spending authorities.
As the typical time to hire continues to creep upward, federal managers voiced their support for fewer hiring rules and regulations, more hiring fairs and better uses of tech and data in the process.
The Office of Management and Budget announced the first members of the Technology Modernization Fund Board.
Steve Kelman sits down with his colleague David Eaves to discuss, among other things, the differences between "digital" and "IT."
Senate Homeland Security Committee is lining up a DHS authorization bill for next week that includes a proposal to reorganize the agency's cybersecurity operation.
Varied and uneven security clearance processes for contractors across DHS components are leading to confusion and problems for vendors, industry experts told a congressional panel.
The outgoing NSA and U.S. Cyber Command chief told lawmakers CyberCom is not sitting on its hands when it comes to potential Russian cyber interference, but it lacks the authority to do more absent additional presidential direction.