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.
Sequestration Hit IT Contracts
More than three-fourths of agencies re-scoped information technology contracts to manage the arbitrary cuts.
Federal Judge Dismisses FAA Fine Against Drone Operator
The fine was the first leveled by the Federal Aviation Administration over the ...
TSA Halts Testing on Technology to Screen Passengers' Online Data
It's back to the drawing board for the airline security agency's ...
Private-Sector Technologists -- the White House Wants You
The third group of Presidential Innovation Fellows will focus on open data and ...
Analysis: Why It Doesn’t Matter Who Invented Bitcoin
Newsweek’s revelation does little to change the trajectory of digital currencies.
White House Seeks Feedback on Big Data and Privacy
The Office of Science and Technology Policy is hosting a series of events focused on the ...
Is Smarter Dot-gov Reform on Its Way?
A new campaign to rationalize the federal Web presence may be about metrics-driven customer service.
This 13-Year-Old Just Became the Youngest Person Ever to Build a Nuclear-Fusion Reactor
Remember that whole "The Effect of Carbonated Cola ...
PayPal Billionaire, Boeing Battle Over Who Can Build a Better Space Taxi
Elon Musk thinks his company SpaceX can do a better job of sending ...
Man vs. Sea: The Quest for the Perfect Armor Is Nearly Complete
Slowly, humans are developing the ability to act like ourselves in the deep ...