If nothing else, the long-running Huawei situation shows the importance of considering the supply chain when it comes to cybersecurity.
Among the group of clemencies President Trump granted yesterday were a former federal procurement chief and a one-time owner of a federal contractor.
In today's Federal Newscast, Deputy Attorney General Jeff Rosen calls informal rulemaking by federal agencies the fuel of explosive growth of the administrative state.
4G shows just how fragile it is when a normal urban crowd gathers to celebrate.
Later this month, the FCC is set to vote on new rules that are likely to all-but-prohibit ZTE and Huawei equipment on U.S. commercial telecom networks.
The Coalition for Government Procurement, the National Defense Industrial Association and the Professional Services Council say the interim final rule published Aug. 13 needs some clarity around False Claims Act liability.
The Defense Department is adding 5G to the top of its research and engineering investments.
The Federal Acquisition Regulations Council released an interim final rule implementing the ban on ZTE and Huawei products and services on systems and networks used by federal contractors.
In today's Federal Newscast, Mark Esper is poised to become the next Defense secretary. If he’s confirmed, one of his first jobs will be to help fill the rest of the vacant politically-appointed positions in the Pentagon.
5G technology is popular on both sides of the political aisle but some security concerns remain, especially when it comes to the supply chain.
Hosted by Dr. Richard Shurtz and Jim Russ. Sponsored by Stratford University. What to do if you find a cell phone on the street. And get acquainted with the founder of Huawei, the Chinese manufacturer of telecomm equipment and smartphones.
The Department of Defense still doesn't have a policy for issues regarding Chinese manufacturers ZTE and Huawei.
Kaspersky Lab seeks to overturn the provision in the 2018 NDAA that prohibits agencies from using the company’s products or services.