Legal experts and human rights advocates say they were not told about the databases and question their reliability.
The agency has some new tips to share around securing personal devices.
Pentagon officials have been increasingly vocal about JEDI in recent months as the court battle continues.
The deal became official after spending months mired in a bid protest.
The internet of things is evolving constantly, and so should the rules for keeping those devices secure, they said.
The restricted pool awards come a year after large business awards, which were subsequently protested.
The FCC will vote on a proposed rule next month that would ban malicious caller ID spoofing for text messages and robocalls that originate outside the United States. State attorneys general have long requested federal assistance with complaints about robocallers from out of the country.
The Homeland Security Department has condemned derogatory comments posted within the group and promised a review of its own.
The NSA Inspector General found the agency has “room for improvement” in every IT security category outlined in FISMA.
Stakeholders are pleased the government is poised to take action on the federal data strategy but had some management advice for the Office of Management and Budget.
The department’s barebones SoilWeb app grew a following until app stores changed their rules in 2017. Now it’s back.
Experts and transit leaders say that there could be real benefits to working with ride-hailing companies. But data is needed to assess how successful these programs really are.
A proposed amendment to the fiscal 2020 National Defense Authorization Act would provide all federal workers with 12 weeks of paid family leave.
The tech would let troops run through more exercises more frequently and at less cost than traditional training in the real world.
As Iran and the U.S. trade cyber blows, a new warning shows that the online fight is likely to go on.
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