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NIST expands its security and privacy governance strategies to address the new ecosystem of connected devices.
A new presidential memorandum tasks the U.S. Trade Representative with addressing China’s policy of compelling foreign companies to divulge trade secrets in exchange for access to the Chinese markets.
Neither the looming debt limit nor the lack of appropriations is likely to shutter agencies this fall, but the risk is too great to be ignored.
A Virginia IT products and services company agreed to settle with the government over allegations of false claims and fraud in federal small business contracts.
An oversight report criticizes the Transportation Department's administration of an IT working capital fund.
U.S. Cyber Command is looking to flex its new increased acquisition authority by sitting down with vendors in late October.
The U.S. government walks a fine line of prosecuting alleged hackers and buying malware and other software vulnerabilities.
Steve Kelman connects with another FLASH winner to discuss different ways of delivering IT.
The Section 901 report promises changes for DIUx, DARPA and the Pentagon's entire acquisition apparatus.
The Social Security Administration is building out a new electronic records system, a major initiative of its long-term plan to modernize and improve customer service.
At a White House event, VA Secretary David Shulkin announced the coming nationwide release of an app designed to connect veterans and doctors.
The government burned tens of millions of dollars on a stalled effort to move the FBI out of its downtown D.C. headquarters.
Federal agencies and the 10 contract awardees still have work to do before taking advantage of GSA's next-generation telecommunications contract.
Facing a potential bipartisan revolt on Capitol Hill, the Trump administration scrapped its plans for a new student loan servicing platform.