Haley Van Dyck re-joined government in March.
Congress is working up budgets that bust spending caps, with little evidence of a deal to avoid automatic cuts.
Federal Acquisition Service continues reorganization.
For decades, the software industry has been synonymous with Silicon Valley. That’s an increasingly dated concept.
When we're bored, we're more likely to seek out inspired solutions to everyday problems.
The agency found that the “initial coin offering” last May that kickstarted the current cryptotoken gold-rush was subject to U.S. securities laws.
Google’s latest update to its mobile search app may make such “filter bubbles” even harder to eradicate.
The former federal chief information security officer offers a recipe for a successful cybersecurity program.
The embedded chips allow employees to swipe into the building or pay for food in the cafeteria as if their hands were key cards.
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No matter what you think, there’s probably a research-backed prediction that supports your view.
It's difficult to keep even the most sophisticated new technology safe and secure.