How Federal CISOs Can Make the Most of Security Resources They Have

Chief information security officers need to efficiently use the resources at hand while planning for the future.

Deal to Push Back Shutdown Deadline Faces Uncertain Prospects

Democrats and Tea Party members are still considering whether to support a two-week CR.

Budget-Managing Tips, but for Space Telescopes

NASA is scrambling to cut the growing cost of its latest big astronomy mission.

Federal Waste Report Says Government Dropped the Ball on Using Kaspersky Software

The long-delay before agencies were ordered to remove Kaspersky reflects a dangerous inefficiency in government, Sen. James Lankford says.

Senate Bill Seeks $1.8 Billion for DHS’ Cyber Mission

The funding includes $731 million to maintain and upgrade the cybersecurity of federal computer networks.

Attention CIOs, Stay on Top of FITARA Even During Presidential Transition

OMB plans to issue new IT budget planning guidance that would “focus on empowering agency CIOs.”

Jeh Johnson Makes ‘Hard Choices’ in Cyber Budget

In a series of budget hearings, Johnson defended the department’s $40.6 billion budget request for the upcoming fiscal year.

8 Things to Look For in the 2017 IT Budget

The budget seeks substantial budget increases to shore up cybersecurity and a new approach to modernizing IT systems.

Obama's Budget Would Grow Federal R&D By 4 Percent

The president's 2017 fiscal year budget boosts total research and development funding to $152 billion.

US STEM Funding Still Reeling from Budget Cuts

Will new spending measures fix the damage?

10 Tech Takeaways in $1 Trillion Funding Bill

There are 423 references to “cyber” in the 2,000 page bill.

NASA’s About to Have Its Biggest Budget in a Decade

The space agency will be able to spend $19.3 bil­lion next year, ac­cord­ing to the budget, an in­crease of more than $1.3 bil­lion over 2015 fund­ing levels.

Federal IT Spending Could Spike in 2016

The Department of Health and Human Services' IT spending may be the main driver, a new forecast suggests.

In Wake of Net Neutrality, Republicans Take Aim at FCC’s Budget

The draft bill has sparked a partisan clash that could derail attempts to find a compromise on Internet regulation.