Given the edgeless nature of modern networks, and the need to limit trust and access of both external and internal users, more and more IT leaders are recognizing the need to replace yesterday’s authentication and access.
To have high assurance of successful cloud implementations, agencies must constantly re-evaluate their security foundations.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Justice Department settles a lawsuit that alleges Armstrong violated sponsorship agreements his cycling team had with USPS.
With no one in charge, it looks as if the White House is only slightly concerned with instituting an effective cybersecurity strategy.
Online government services, unlike freebies like Facebook or Google, won’t sell your data or flood you with ads.
Federal program managers and CIO staffs are increasingly turning to big data and data analytics to assess performance, improve service, and ferret out wastes, fraud and abuse. Besides the data generated by their own systems…
With the 2020 people count nearing, the Census Bureau may have found a new way to encourage more response to its surveys.
Beyond its own doctors, nurses, technicians and support staff, the VA relies on a network of contractors to maintain operations.
Artificial intelligence will change how citizens and government interact, and how government employees interact with their own agencies.
CHCO Peter Shelby wants to consolidate HR offices from 172 to just a few and he said it all begins with developing a standard leadership program