The Office of Management and Budget asked agencies to submit data about how they are protecting their domains from distributed denial of service attacks after a Russian-based group claimed responsibility for two successful incidents.
Federal technology executives around government were moving into new jobs, retiring or heading to the private sector over the last few months.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency’s continuous diagnostics and mitigation (CDM) program is planning to expand the capabilities of the agency and federal dashboards in 2023.
The General Services Administration is surging resources to fix the problems with the Unique Entity Identifier (UEI) transition to the new validation service, but companies and lawmakers remain frustrated.
Sen. Bob Casey (D-Pa.), chairman of the Special Committee on Aging, is leading the charge to bring some sunlight onto agency 508 efforts after accountability from Congress, agencies has dropped over the last decade.
The General Services Administration’s inspector general released its third report or alert over the last year about the data behind the Transactional Data Reporting program.
The Department of Navy’s CIO’s office spent a year writing the Capstone Design Concept for Information Superiority to make architecture easier to understand and use.
Federal Chief Information Officer Clare Martorana promised the House Oversight and Reform Subcommittee on Government Operations new cyber, website and customer experience metrics in 2023.
No fewer than six agencies over the last six weeks promoted or hired new executives to focus on cybersecurity challenges, demonstrating the continued demand for these skillsets.
The Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs need to be reauthorized by Sept. 30 or federal research and development efforts will stall.
Federal contracting experts say Sens. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and Ben Ray Luján (D-N.M.) letter to the Justice Department misses the mark on how to improve the suspension and debarment process.
The Defense Health Agency publicly called out seven companies who are ineligible to bid on a $1.5 billion IT contract because those firms won a spot on a different DHA contract.
The DoD deputy chief information security officer and the Justice Department’s ATF CISO also announced they were leaving federal service.
Rep. Gerry Connolly’s letter to agency CIOs seeking details about their data center closure plans will help determine a new grading category for the Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act scorecard.