The Defense Department is outlining the tools and capabilities it will need to stand up its zero-trust program office later this fall, and improve its overall cybersecurity posture.
The overhaul of the Army personnel system is supposed to bring the service's talent management into the 21st century.
Mundane and often repetitive tasks can take a lot of time out of an employee’s day. Automating those tasks allows workers to put their focus elsewhere. Automation can be the perfect job satisfaction and innovation tool if workers can use their time on things that they enjoy and allow them to be creative.
If the pandemic was a threat to public health and a technical challenge to federal IT departments, it was also a gigantic opportunity for ransomware-motivated hackers. That phenomenon persists, presenting an ongoing need for protection.
The urgency to create full broadband coverage echoes past programs to develop nationwide networks for electricity, telephone and interstate highways.
A new analysis of contracting data by the Center for Strategic and International Studies shows some glimmers of a shift in spending priorities starting in 2019.
The Defense Department is still poised to select the participants forthcoming Joint Warfighter Cloud Capability contract by the end of this month. The multibillion dollar vehicle will replace the now-cancelled JEDI contract.
The Department of Homeland Security is putting the collective force of its component agencies behind its latest 60-day cyber sprint focused on transportation security.
U.S. spy agencies are increasingly turning to satellite imagery and other geospatial data available on the commercial market.
Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco announced the Justice Department will pursue cybersecurity related fraud by government contractors and grant recipients through the False Claims Act.
The National Defense Authorization Act is often a grab-bag of sorts for members looking to easily address other legislative priorities with a bill that's considered "must-pass" each year. Here are several provisions in the House-passed NDAA that are worth watching for federal employees.
Randy Landreneau is president of a group called US Inventor, which lobbies Congress to rewrite the law, and he joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin for more discussion.
No one quite knows how Farmers.gov is working because USDA hasn’t followed its own rules for documenting progress on IT programs.
An annual survey of CDOs finds common hurdles, like workforce challenges, change management and funding make it harder to get work done.