The government might have the right to suspend or even debar contractors for three years, but contractors can and do sue when it happens.
Technology executive Jeremy Grant gives his thoughts on the current state of biometrics and facial recognition technology.
The Homeland Security Department issued a Binding Operational Directive requiring every civilian agency to expand how it manages high value assets.
The Office of Management and Budget is seeking comments on a draft policy that promotes shared services for identity credentialing and access management.
GSA began alerting vendors on March 22 after it found a third-party changed the financial information of “a limited number” of contractors registered on the SAM.gov portal.
Cybersecurity threats seem to remain stubbornly a step ahead of organizations trying to protect themselves. That includes federal agencies.
Ariel Friedler, the founder and former CEO of Symplicity Corp., had his debarment overturned by the District Court of D.C.
Budget experts say it’s only prudent for federal contractors to start preparing now for a possible government shutdown on Oct. 1.
The Office of Management and Budget issued two more memos, focusing on personal data breach response requirements and industry and vendor communications.
Ari Schwartz, managing director for cybersecurity services at Venable law firm, and former senior director for cybersecurity at the White House, explains why this late in the cyber game so many federal systems still don’t have all of the needed controls in place.