Acquisition-wise, it looks like smooth sailing for the Coast Guard's plan to join the Pentagon's nascent electronic health records system.
At a Senate hearing, Gen. Darren McDew said that the commercial companies the military relies on to move troops and material are too vulnerable to cyberattacks.
The intelligence director's office is mulling a new approach to CIO and chief data officer roles that stresses more efficient acquisition.
The General Services Administration added new info on how agencies can tap into its next generation telecommunications contract -- and tied the vehicle more closely to IT modernization.
Infosec and privacy concerns are going unaddressed in the internet of things ecosystem, and some government agency has to take the lead.
A draft memorandum to strengthen governmentwide identity, credential and access management calls for modernization and more adoption of shared ICAM services.
The drive for IT transformation is reaching far beyond technology into every aspect of agency operations.
Eight of 10 contractors for GSA’s next-generation telecommunications contract report progress on required back-office systems tests.
The U.S. recently updated how it handles federal law enforcement data requests for foreign info stored by U.S. companies, but the full impact remains unclear.
Despite his repeated public venting of anger at Amazon, President Trump won't play a part in the Pentagon's move to award a cloud contract, a spokesperson said.
The tax agency's procurement leaders want a more open dialogue with industry, but acknowledge that message doesn’t always make its way down the chain of command.
Many White House email domains are not compliant with a governmentwide cybersecurity directive, according to tests.
As some nations unify their cybersecurity operations, there are calls for a similar effort to create a single agency for civilian cyber authorities in the U.S.
Two lawmakers are looking for more information from the executive director of the Linux Foundation about the challenges surrounding the security of open-source software.
Leidos CEO Roger Krone is looking outside the Washington metro area for engineering and software hires.