Agency will recompete the $26 million job after a GAO ruling against the initial award.
Introducing Rebecca Richards, NSA's first chief privacy and civil-liberties officer.
Today, Florida. Tomorrow, Mars.
The cloud that supports HealthCare.gov has nearly doubled in cost since the days before the site’s troubled launch.
The social-media giant is stepping in to prevent illegal firearm transactions from being facilitated on its websites.
The Internet giant is working with the government to fight illegal online pharmacies.
Program would detect threats from the battlefield.
It's back to the drawing board for the airline security agency's fast-track prescreening plan.
Pentagon Tries Again on Cyber Intelligence-Sharing Contract
Agency will recompete the $26 million job after a GAO ruling against the initial ...
Innovation Fellows: Round Three
Does your agency struggle to find talented midcareer IT professionals?
Private-Sector Technologists -- the White House Wants You
The third group of Presidential Innovation Fellows will focus on open data and ...
What the Fed-Friendly Budget Means for IT
Should a tech GS-9 be paid the same as a nontech GS-9?
Four Federal Cyber Escapades to Watch For This Spring
Budget request hints at novel approaches cyber threats; details to come at ...
The Only Woman in the Computer Science Department
Irene Greif talks about being the first woman to get a Ph.D. in her field at MIT.
Federal Tech Funding Dips Slightly in Obama’s Fiscal 2015 Request
VanRoekel touts a 'one-government, outside-looking-in approach' to federal ...
2015 Budget Would Boost Investments in STEM Education
One proposed change is a governmentwide reorganization of STEM education programs.
DHS Wants More Virtual Fence Funding
Fiscal 2015 budget proposes $11 million more for border control equipment and surveillance.
A Call to Action for IT Leaders
Federal acquisition regulations have become a counter-force to innovation and evolution in technology.