Entering his final term as chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, Rep. Michael McCaul hopes to sharpen his panel's legislative control over DHS.
A House committee wants the General Services Administration to ensure that its primary contractor database contains accurate information on companies that are delinquent on their taxes.
An advocate for IT modernization is returning to the House for the next session, but still hopes to deliver on a key goal in the lame duck.
Tony Scott said he has not ruled out the possibility of working with the Trump administration, if offered the chance.
With eight months remaining before the Census Bureau begins its final end-to-end testing, watchdogs are concerned about large-scale changes in methodology, untested IT systems and the decision to cancel several earlier tests.
A leading trade group forecasts a spike in federal IT contracting activity followed by a lull as the Obama administration transitions to the Trump presidency.
Agency-level CIOs tell legislators that real progress is being made, but uncertainty looms regarding Trump administration IT priorities -- and in some cases, about their own futures.
FedRAMP, 18F and the federal workforce as a whole face uncertain futures in the next administration, according to Rep. Gerry Connolly.
Still in the minority but with strengthened numbers, Senate Democrats announced shifts in committee assignments
One of the Senate's most tech-savvy members sees some common ground on cybersecurity in the post-election environment.
The Trump election victory changes the calculation on duration of the next government funding package.
Agencies get an updated definition of a cyber incident in a recent Federal Information Security Modernization Act memo.
On the campaign trail, Donald Trump promised to institute a federal hiring freeze and reduce the workforce through attrition. Here's how it might happen.
Alongside a presidential race that defied pundits' predictions, a few key players in the federal IT and oversight world won new terms in Congress.
Although Donald Trump argued it wasn't possible to review 650,000 emails in eight days, cyber forensics experts said it's quite common.
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