Trade group relates ongoing problems with contracting opportunities.
Despite two consecutive years of congressional lowballing, the administration is looking to boost the Technology Modernization Fund with a $150 million addition in fiscal year 2021.
The administration did not view cyber activities by Russia as part of a larger overall campaign and limited information-sharing efforts in ways that inhibited a more cohesive response.
Increasingly federal agencies are looking to easy-to-use "low code" development techniques to build public-facing apps.
A plan from Sen. Warren's campaign is designed to avoid a repeat of Russian tactics in 2016, but some experts say different challenges will emerge in 2020.
Experts are divided about what constitutes abuse of the comment process during federal rulemaking.
A Commission on Privacy and Data should be created to develop legislation, taking the EU's General Data Protection Regulation and the California Consumer Privacy Act as a starting point to extend protections to individuals regarding data and privacy.
With agencies now offering such a complex array of services, it's more vital than ever that government catch up with their private sector counterparts and link the connection points.
A recent policy change by the FBI would notify states when their local election systems are hacked, but some state officials and lawmakers want the feds to inform a broader range of stakeholders in the election ecosystem.
A new website, maturity model and other resources are now available to guide agencies as they implement the 21st Century IDEA Act.
The top intelligence official charged with election security said agencies have evolved to more quickly declassify and share information, but the threat landscape is more muddled this time around.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development is failing to safeguard and manage more than 1 billion records containing personally identifiable information, according to a management alert from the agency's internal watchdog.
In a congressional hearing, executives from the three major voting machine manufacturers said they were open to new reporting and regulatory requirements.
Steve Kelman looks at another area where civil servants are quietly working to make our lives better.
Two years after bots flooded the FCC's public comments system over net neutrality, a new report finds publicly available AI tools make it easier than ever to overwhelm public feedback on federal websites
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