With hackers increasingly targeting users, federal agencies are turning to identity management to better protect their systems.
The Department of Defense spent $7.4 billion in fiscal year 2017 on cloud computing, big data and artificial intelligence technologies, according to a recent Govini report.
A stopgap funding bill would extend the current continuing resolution by two weeks.
A bipartisan bill would revamp the way the Department of Education collects higher-education data and relies on an obscure cybersecurity method to protect student data.
Steve Kelman talks with the CEO of a public benefit corporation focused on federal work.
In response to growing threats to federal information systems, a draft funding bill for DHS looks to elevate the agency's cybersecurity mission.
A coming 72-hour breach disclosure mandate from the Department of Defense could inadvertently provide a new attack vector for hackers to harass defense contractors.
A former Obama administration cybersecurity official wants a single agency to take the lead on generating and enforcing security standards for technology products.
The prospect of keeping the government open past the Dec. 8 continuing resolution deadline just got more complicated.
A Republican senator's annual government waste report cites IT boondoggles, programs with insufficient oversight and structural impediments to efficient hiring.
Senate appropriators are continuing a series of spending restrictions and reporting requirements for the IRS in FY2018, even as planned IT modernization lags.
The legislative push to get federal agencies up to speed on IT, eliminating creaky and expensive legacy systems will end with the president's signature.
The Trump administration's plan to use predictive software to rate threats posed by immigrants, refugees and asylum seekers will result in discriminatory decisions, say a group of privacy advocates and computer scientists.
The DOD's IT shop is leveraging "other transaction authority" to buy leading-edge technology for prototypes and experiments.
To stay on track with an ambitious launch schedule, the Department of Veterans Affairs is looking to reprogram $374 million in current funds.