Despite the flap over recent comments, Michael Daniel remains focused on cybersecurity’s human factor.
In his new role as USAID chief innovation officer, VanRoekel will be responsible for advising the agency on using technology and data in its response to the Ebola epidemic.
The United States will go from space hitch-hiker to the proud owner of not one but two viable space craft in 2017.
WESTPrime migration reaches milestone.
Google searches for the category of "Computers & Electronics" are down 60 percent since 2004.
Hack did not compromise any data or personal information, DHS official tells Congress.
Only one-quarter of joint bases consolidated IT systems.
Full-time developer will help improve access to public data by using open-source tools.
VA Staffer Sent Hospitalwide Email Detailing Vet’s Suicide
Press can leak medical information, but providers cannot respond to allegations.
Officials Pulled HealthCare.gov Code From GitHub Because of ‘Bashing’
Republicans release CMS emails about pulling code from open-source ...
Todd Park Subpoenaed to Testify on HealthCare.gov Security
Panel says new emails contradict former CTO’s previous statements.
HealthCare.gov Still Vulnerable, GAO Says
Site is still vulnerable today, watchdog says.
VA Lays Groundwork for Private Health Care
The agency wants the private sector to manage a key part of project.
Lawmakers Seek Todd Park Subpoena Over HealthCare.gov Security
Panel charges White House involvement in Obamacare website woes.
How About More VA iPad-Toting Health Service Reps?
Door greeters at Nashville VA hospital used tablets to contact doctors.
Medical Researchers Get Closer to Creating Working, Built-From-Scratch Human Heart
An organ that the body would recognize as its own is just ...
Yes, HealthCare.gov Was Hacked -- But Here's Why It May Not Be That Big of a Deal
No evidence personal data was breached or even targeted, ...
VA’s Scheduling System Revamp Will Be Big Test of Agency’s Agile Approach
VA takes a new approach to legacy IT systems.