The Department of Veterans Affairs is exploring merging its health system with the Pentagon’s as part of its effort to expand private health care
With lags in funding and new technology in need of testing, the U.S. Census Bureau has it’s work cut out for it.
Following a two-year effort, this collection of facilities has an updated website where you can find information about all of them.
The Modernizing Government Technology (MGT) Act would give agencies working capital funds to use for moving off legacy systems.
The Veterans Affairs Department has a few more details about its 10-year contract with Cerner Corporation with a new, interoperable electronic health record with the Defense Department.
Accenture Federal and the Partnership for Public Service have issued what they call a blueprint for leading lasting technology reforms.
House Science, Space and Technology Committee members learned that NASA, DoD do not have Kaspersky products on their networks.
It may not be a household word, but a set of standards called DMARC can really improve email security by cutting out the possibility of fakery.
The Defense Department’s vulnerability disclosure policy lets anyone in the world report security holes they find in the DoD system without fear of prosecution.
The Energy Department launched a small grant program to tie desalination with solar energy, in pursuit of a low cost, low-energy way of doing it.
Sam Caucci, CEO at 1Huddle, joins host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk and explains how a training process called gamification can help federal IT professionals protect their networks from sophisticated cyber attacks. November 14, 2017.
Intelligence.gov complements the current IC on the Record Tumblr account.
Jason Zann, vice president and head of platform for RiskIQ, makes the case for agencies to use automation to discover and protect their systems and data.
Dr. Paul Vixie, a pioneer in internet technology, has spent at least the past 20 years thinking about cybersecurity.