Last year the Senate passed a protection bill but nothing happened in the House. Now Sen. Angus King (I-Maine) has co-sponsored a new bill he hopes will have better prospects.
The Senate Committee on Energy & Natural Resources wanted more explanation for the Energy and Interior department's plans under the White House government reorganization proposal.
A former White House IT official tapped by the Trump administration to head a new Energy Department cybersecurity office says she intends to make the agency a more competitive recruiter for top talent.
At what point does a cyber attack become an act of war? No one really knows
Reducing the improper payment rate and making better IT acquisition decisions are among the Government Accountability Office's top suggestions to find ways to run the government for less. Agencies shoulder much of the work, but Congress also has its role to play.
Lawmakers are pushing key Defense Department nominees to begin considering how to put a comprehensive cyber policy in place.
Three senior Air Force generals urged lawmakers to pass a complete budget, warning that another continuing resolution would have consequences for the Air Force so dire that all training missions would be grounded for two months.
A memo obtained by Federal News Radio looks at what Pentagon leaders wanted and explicitly didn't want in reforming the Defense Department.
A group of five senators introduced a bill that would add new incentives for agencies to sell or lease empty and under-used federal property. The Federal Property Management Reform Act also sets stricter requirements for keeping track of federal buildings.
Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman John McCain said the administration's recently released cyber deterrence policy is "thin" and lacks new information about plans to stop cyber attacks.
The Obama administration will use law enforcement and even military force to deter cyber attacks in new policy.
Sen. John McCain sent two letters to White House officials expressing the concerns of a growing bloc of lawmakers over a lack of cyber deterrence policy.
The Cyber National Mission Force Commander says troops are actively participating in operations to protect the United States from cyber attacks.
Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman John McCain (R-Ariz.) and other members are pushing Defense officials for a definitive policy on cyber attacks.