The government needs to stop trying to lead the cybersecurity charge and instead organize itself around facilitating private-sector-led solutions, say experts and officials.
Officials are continuing to iterate on Data Act reporting, and more granular, standardized government info could be in the offing.
The Pentagon will need to leverage big data and artificial intelligence to defend against supply-chain vulnerabilities, officials and industry leaders say.
The Trump administration has nominated Ellen Lord, president and CEO of defense contractor Textron Systems, to serve as undersecretary for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics.
Steve Kelman gives kudos to DHS' Soraya Correa for facing the FLASH cancellation head-on.
The House Armed Services Committee is making acquisition reform a priority in its 2018 National Defense Authorization Act draft.
FCC approves review measures for states' alternative plans to connect to the FirstNet nationwide wireless emergency responder network.
Lawmakers who welcomed the news of VA's plan to shift to a commercial health record now have to strap in for a multi-year implementation.
New legislation would foster drone tech development, airspace integration and air traffic management.
The House Armed Services Committee is looking to boost spending on cybersecurity training in the 2018 NDAA, while empowering DOD's CIO to govern supply chain risk.
The White House's budget proposal for fiscal year 2018 hacks civilian spending to offset proposed defense increases, but it includes a slight uptick in funding for OMB to fund management priorities.
President Trump's nominee for deputy defense secretary faced strong criticism from Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman John McCain over his background at Boeing and for some of the answers the nominee provided to senators during his confirmation hearing.
The U.S. military is facing new threats from technologically savvy adversaries, and unless Congress provides stable funding, U.S. forces will be increasingly vulnerable in the cyber domain say Pentagon leaders.
The massive Schedule 70 contract is expanding its programs to streamline access to specialized IT offerings.
The White House announced it was eliminating a range of agency reporting requirements deemed obsolete or unnecessary.