The Joint Tactical Networking Center is using open systems to create the next generation of tactical radio systems and be interoperable across the military services.
The Department of Homeland Security finally secured a name change for its cybersecurity-focused branch, but more importantly, and its chief has laid out a two-year roadmap to bring it up to “full operating capability.”
The General Services Administration is creating new special item numbers under its IT schedule to make it easier for agencies to buy mobile computing services.
A newly-signed memorandum of understanding sets out new ways in which DHS and DoD will share resources to combat cyber threats.
The Department of Homeland Security’s Science and Technology directorate has reorganized. It aims to work more closely with the department’s operating divisions.
With election results portending as many as 20 new governors next year, what advice does NASCIO President and Delaware state CIO James Collins have for the affected state IT leaders who want to keep their job?
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Postal Service lost money for the 12th straight year, although a rate increase on stamps could help.
The Government Accountability Office denied the protest of the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure (JEDI) solicitation by Oracle saying DoD was consistent with statutes and regulations.
Lawmakers on the House Veterans Affairs Committee said they’re still looking for more answers about VA’s budget, staffing and leadership plans for its massive, 10-year electronic health record modernization effort.
Today and tomorrow, cloud services can help transform the warfighter’s ability to meet their mission in a safe and secure manner.
Jonathan Feibus from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission explained how his agency is modernizing its web applications to move to the cloud, and what steps other offices should consider before they do the same.
Federal agencies and contractors need to build what one expert calls a resilient cybersecurity culture to stay one step ahead of evolving cyber threats.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Office of Personnel Management’s inspector general assesses what the agency has done to improve its cybersecurity controls since the 2014 data breach.
DoD is using new contracting authorities to reach out to video game companies.
The Paris Call for Trust and Security in Cyberspace has 51 nations’ signatures, but not that of the United States.