The agency that suffered three big data breaches needs $170,000 project managers to move forward with a computer upgrade.
VMware and Carahsoft agree to pay $75 million for overcharging agencies.
The Human Organs-on-a-Chip bested 75 other finalists in the 2015 Design of the Year.
The former secretary of state accused China of stealing large amounts of government information.
Previewing a round of testimony before Congress later this week, James Comey warned that too-tough-to-crack encryption allows bad actors to “communicate with impunity.”
The most successful mobile identity services highly depend on collaboration between public authorities, banks, telecom operators and the private sector.
Just another week in ThreatWatch, our regularly updated index of noteworthy data breaches.
Ben Balter, chief executive for code repository site Github, talked with Nextgov about last week's announcement.
Many consumers do not have much faith in federal agencies keeping their personal information safe, according to a new report.
Modernized technology and formal standards like FISMA won’t be enough -- mindsets must change, too.