Low code is a new take on development that embraces agile, lowers the barrier to entry, and integrates easily with existing systems, allowing agencies to fill in the blanks while also making individual applications easier to modernize.
The reality is that disinformation is constantly around us, and as the 2020 election ramps up, so too will the disinformation campaigns.
Agencies are looking at putting prospective hires to the test at cyber competitions and building momentum behind efforts to reskill current federal employees.
In today’s Federal Newscast, relocation notices went out to 159 employees at the Bureau of Land Management yesterday.
A consortium of competing suppliers dubbed ‘Oasis’ wants to bring interoperability and data sharing across their products.
An analysis by the Pension Benefits Guaranty Corporation’s IG found the cybersecurity program to be ineffective, but it’s not as bad as it sounds.
The Pentagon’s F-35 program office recently announced an agreement with Lockheed Martin for the next batch of nearly 500 of the hi-tech planes.
Less than a year out from the 2020 election, state and local election security officials are gearing up to defend against cyber threats.
The annual list of the most challenging management issues adds two new issues, drops readiness.
GAO and the Interagency Suspension and Debarment Committee released annual reports highlighting continued decreases in bid protests, by 16%, and in the number of companies suspended or debarred.
At the annual Defense Information Systems Agency’s forecast to industry, executives told more than 1,000 contractors about plans to expand the browser isolation pilot and test the use of blockchain for logistics.
With the introduction of FlexGround service earlier this year, Intelsat General has delivered on the promise of high-speed broadband to forces in remote areas.
Federal News Network and Dell Technologies convened a panel of federal experts to explore video data analysis in law enforcement and national security.
Hosted by Dr. Richard Shurtz and Jim Russ, and sponsored by Stratford University. Google Chrome offers a patch for zero-day vulnerability.