Fueled by recent events and the 2016 election, expect the debate over encryption to heat up next year.
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Introduced as a way to speed up the technology buying process, the BPA's implementation has been sluggish.
The new policy tasks an interagency tiger team with developing governmentwide software agreements and requires agencies to appoint in-house software managers.
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There are 423 references to “cyber” in the 2,000 page bill.
DHS and local law enforcement are looking to harden its drones against attack, but that comes at a price.
IARPA wants IBM -- and, soon, other bidders -- to develop the building blocks for a quantum computer.
Ron Thompson, a U.S. Army veteran, has more than 25 years of experience in both government and the private sector.
FITARA is finally beginning to get the kind of attention from Congress, overseers and the public that one might expect of an area in which the government spends upward of $80 billion annually.
Defense secretary used the account to conduct at least part of his official business.