While the federal government made tangible progress last year, OMB’s annual report card detailed plenty of weaknesses and room for improvement.
LaVerne Council tells legislators the Department of Veterans Affairs could become "the premier governmental agency of FITARA."
Representatives from GAO and HHS' Office of the Inspector General examine the failures, successes and takeaways from the first five years of Affordable Care Act implementation and technology.
Acting Office of Personnel Management director says the transition team "is a key milestone in what will be a long, inter-agency process."
At a March 17 Senate Armed Services Committee budget hearing, legislators wanted to know if investments in IT innovation are enough to face potential threats from Russia and China.
18F has two new leadership job openings, to oversee chapters and custom partner solutions.
A GAO report says the group responsible for security in National Capital Region needs better coordination on making emergency communications interoperable.
LaVerne Council, the top tech official at the Department of Veterans Affairs, updated lawmakers on cyber challenges facing the agency.
DHS has made significant progress towards solving the management issues that have kept it on the GAO's high risk list for years, but lawmakers look to ensure that progress continues.
U.S. Cyber Command wants about $500 million for fiscal 2017, a steady increase that appropriators appeared willing to support.
A House panel is probing 29 DHS senior officials, including Secretary Jeh Johnson, for allegedly violating a department-wide ban on personal email access at work.
People and aging IT are enduring security risks -- but efforts are underway to better address both at federal agencies.
DHS Inspector General John Roth took a hard line on USCIS's lagging immigration benefits processing system in an audit that covered an 11-year cycle of IT shortcomings and agency resistance to independent examinations.
With telework and BYOD on the rise, NIST is updating its guidelines from 2009 to address how organizations and individuals can protect themselves from cyberattacks.
Federal CIO Tony Scott favors strong encryption, but sees a place for "narrow exceptions" for law enforcement.
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