Researchers: Flaws In Vendor Security Software Could Leave Some Federal Buildings Vulnerable

Poor credential management could let bad actors enter secure buildings, lock doors and download or change federal employee and contractor data.

Here’s How the Shutdown Hurts Government Contractors

The shutdown is having a major effect on government contractors and federal employees alike.

Poll: Nearly 3 in 4 Tech Workers in DC Would Consider Leaving Their Employer for Amazon  

A survey suggests Amazon’s new HQ2 in Arlington, Va., is going to dramatically disrupt the local workforce—especially in tech.

Industry Says Not So Fast to OMB's Proposed Data Center Policy Changes

While only a few comments were submitted by deadline, most called for significant changes to the proposed metrics and overall intent of the draft Data Center Optimization Initiative.

Shutdown Forces Feds Off the Conference Circuit

And that could be cutting off agencies from valuable new ideas.

Defense Companies Starting to Feel Effect of U.S. Government Shutdown

Firms working for NASA, DHS, and other shuttered federal agencies are taking hits to their cash flow.

Federal Business Opportunities Site and Others Online After Issues

Three important sites operated by the General Services Administration experienced technical problems last week.

Embracing Apple’s Boring Future

The company’s most exciting years may be behind it, but that’s okay.

Lawmakers Introduce Bill to Fight Chinese Tech Theft and Supply Chain Threats

The legislation would create a White House office to help the government punch back against economic espionage.

Stop-Work Orders Beginning to Go Out to Contractors

Companies wrestle with "highly fluid" shutdown situation.

America, Meet Your (Acting) Secretary of Defense

With no military experience and just a year and a half in government, the former Boeing executive Patrick Shanahan has yet to develop a foreign-policy vision of his own.

The Devil’s in the Details as GSA Seeks to Consolidate the Multiple Award Schedules

The agency is entering an important transitional year as it combines its many schedules into one.

Federal Contractors Need to Prepare for a Long Government Shutdown

A shutdown of government operations for any length of time will have a significant effect on the contractor community, especially small businesses.

Google Created a ‘Responsible Innovation Team’ to Check If Its AI Is Ethical

It’s no longer left to individual programmers to decide on their own if something is designed ethically.