In today’s Federal Newscast, Senator and 2016 presidential candidate Bernie Sanders wants to know what Defense Secretary James Mattis is doing to address Pentagon waste and high contractor pay.
The head of the intelligence community’s advanced research agency is looking at new encryption standards that can withstand future breakthroughs in quantum computing.
Army Corps CIO believes investing in software as a service will speed up IT modernization and promote more agility in the changes that are made within an agency
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Government Accountability Office polled nine acting inspectors general and their staffs to find out how operations are effected by not having a permanent IG in place.
Tom Ruff, vice president of Public Sector America’s at Akamai Technologies joins host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk to discuss how his company can help federal agencies prevent cyber attacks. March 13 2018
Nearly two years after the Securities and Exchange Committee suffered a major data breach, the financial regulatory agency plans to hire a chief risk officer to help shore up its cyber defenses.
The Homeland Security Department and the Department of Defense are transforming this Pensacola, Florida, into a cyber powerhouse.
Some governments are leading the way in making their states cradles of innovation as they transition into the digital age.
Howard Whyte, the FDIC chief information officer, said a third-party assessment set the cyber roadmap for the future.
As the the Internet of Things and 5G become more prevalent, analysts say the government needs a strategy on how it buys hardware and software.
Defense officials acknowledge early challenges in EHR deployment, but have no plans to delay further implementation
The Energy Department will — if Congress goes along with the funding — set up a cybersecurity, energy security and emergency response office.
For all the talk in government about artificial intelligence, many of the AI tools in use by federal agencies today carry out a modest set of responsibilities.
A few months into the Army’s pilot program to directly commission cyber officers, Lt. Gen. Paul Nakasone says entry-level pay isn’t cutting it.