With government efficiencies a priority and Congress looking for ideas that could avoid partisan gridlock, shared services legislation could have a window.
In a letter to the FBI director, Rep. Ted Lieu (D-Calif.) argued that forcing Apple to unlock the San Bernardino shooter's phone could have adverse Internet security consequences.
Departing OPM CIO Donna Seymour had been under intense pressure to deliver on crucial IT projects in the wake of the hack of OPM that exposed the personal data of at least 22 million Americans.
Danny Harris will leave his job as CIO of the Department of Education after 32 years of federal service.
Republican presidential candidates put IT security front and center in a town hall event in the wake of a court order to Apple to help unlock a suspected terrorist's iPhone.
The keys to the law's success are identifying and mitigating the risks to its implementation, especially in light of the upcoming presidential transition.
Users might be daredevils or they might not fully understand their cybersecurity risks, said the man in charge of protecting U.S. senators' networks. Either way, CISOs have to work with what they've got.
The VA's tech budget request includes a big increase for cyber, as well as money for shared services and health record interoperability.
Rep. Will Hurd (R-Texas) welcomed the administration's cybersecurity budget and IT modernization efforts but said it is up to agencies to make the most of them.
According to contracting documents, the Labor Department needs Accenture to maintain its cyber defenses in the midst of the ongoing governmentwide cybersecurity sprint.
The tax agency has struggled with scandals and legacy tech, and blamed data leaks and abysmal customer service on funding cuts, but Republicans don't seem to think the IRS can fix its problems with money.
A bipartisan congressional group has asked the FCC and NTIA to free up NOAA spectrum for commercial use.
FBI Director James Comey and other senior intelligence leaders told Congress that the use of encrypted communications by terrorists and other adversaries remains a problem for investigators.
Two lawmakers want to head off efforts by states to write their own rules when it comes to encryption and law enforcement.
Top intelligence officials tell a Senate committee they remain wary of ever-growing cybersecurity risks.
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