Choosing the optimal software platform, as well as strategically choosing the right innovation partner, is one of the key steps to fruitful modernization, allowing leaders to properly address long-term needs and future-proof pivotal infrastructure.
Operators of pipelines, freight railroads and passenger transit systems face a parade of cybersecurity deadlines this year.
The Defense Department is putting data and artificial intelligence at the center of all its domains, from its finance and audit operations to front-line battlefield environments.
Artificial intelligence is growing fast as a technology to help companies hire the people they need faster. But it also has the potential to introduce bias on a record scale.
The Federal Aviation Administration worries strong signals near airports will interfere with certain aircraft systems essential to safe landings.
In today's Federal Newscast, while COVID-19 drove a majority of federal workers out of the office in 2020, new data from the Office of Personnel Management shows the increase in teleworking wasn't as dramatic as expected.
BlackBerry stopped supporting its phone on Jan. 4, marking the end of era for government and private industry.
The Colonial Pipeline incident proved to be an important test of the National Risk Management Center's new approach to managing threats and vulnerabilities to key U.S. sectors.
People in the IRS' Enterprise Digitalization Project have been exploring quite a few projects that go far beyond simply digitizing forms, to modernizing business processes and case management.
The Electromagnetic Spectrum Enterprise Policy and Program Office in the DoD’s office of the chief information officer launched a new program to improve communication with industry about spectrum sharing.
There are some who think NASA needs a plan B. To find out what that could look like, I spoke to Don Nelson, who himself is a retired NASA engineer and currently the coordinator for the Concerned American Aerospace Engineers.
Prior to its Christmas Day launch, I had the chance to speak to Michael McElwain, who is the James Webb Space Telescope observatory scientist.
From its embassy buildings to how it conducts diplomacy, the State Department has been on a modernization drive.
Congress is contemplating a bill that would require companies to report successful cyber attacks to the federal government.