Barely a year old, the Federal Information Technology and Acquisition Reform Act is changing how agencies and their chief information officers procure, manage and operate technology.
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Adm. Rogers describes changes aimed at modernizing how the agency executes its mission.
With terrorism fears running high, Cruz and Rubio traded shots over government surveillance.
Boosting the government’s information security workforce is a key part of the Obama administration’s long-term strategy for securing federal networks.
U.S. Chief Information Officer Tony Scott said government-owned networks have had a hard time keeping up with the rapid pace of change in technology.
Social-media blitz violated propaganda, lobbying laws, GAO says.
Here's how the FBI uses "zero-day" exploits.
Plan would add 3,500 Reaper pilots and up to five more ops centers around the country
Clifton Triplett -- named OPM's first-ever senior cyber and IT adviser last month – says forthcoming access controls will blunt the severity of any future hack.
Traditional procurement takes too long for the new Silicon Valley office, a new DHS notice says.