Tech companies, from startups to heavyweights such as Google and LG, came to the Rayburn House Office to pitch their products to lawmakers.
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The information security workforce gap isn’t a federal government problem; it’s a worldwide problem.
Bills range from bans on private email use to “preventing targeting.”
The Obama administration has proposed spending more than $227 million next year for the first phase of the facility’s construction.
In its sixth foray into social media's many platforms, the Government Publishing Office has now joined Instagram.
The agency has leeway in bypassing the sluggish federal hiring process to onboard staff more quicker, but that’s not enough to stop some top-level technical talent from jumping ship.
Connected devices are changing the way we do business, but our thinking will need to catch up to our tools.
GAO on Tuesday released its fifth annual assessment of federal inefficiencies highlighting IT initiatives that could be more efficient.
No one in the intelligence community wants to face another leak. With NSA’s widespread adoption of cloud computing, the spy agency may not have to.
Three years of FCC documents reveal the recent jokes and moments that received complaints.