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The General Services Administration is on the cusp of transforming procurement. Industry can help.
Identity and access management sounds simple, but the federal government has struggled to give the right people the right access.
In an era of great power competition, America cannot afford to depend solely on one of our competitors; it leaves the country unacceptably vulnerable.
How best to protect the government’s critical data.
Reorganization can save taxpayers billions — if politics stay out of the way.
Solutions providers may hold the key to better federal cybersecurity.
Have we returned to the days when platform manufacturers were platform manufacturers and services companies were services companies, and everyone stayed in their lane, more or less?
Federal employees deserve better, according to one senator.
Thwarting data manipulation means a manual audit log process, advanced user behavior analytics and countless man-hours. Blockchain removes these time consuming requirements.
As supply chain threats evolve across sectors, a cohesive and collaborative defense is needed.
It is not hyperbole to state that financial distress compromises individual and unit combat effectiveness.
A new platform is debuting for the fall 2018 Combined Federal Campaign to make it even easier for men and women in federal employment give generously to the causes they support.
Supply-chain threats don't target only government or only industry. Confronting those threats requires a partnership — and soon.
As the Defense Information Systems Agency evolves the Common Access Card, it’s time to consider the complete identity and access management process.
Government contracting poses inherent supply chain threats. One agency can make a difference, but it's not who you think.
Can the cloud awaken the government from cyber Groundhog Day?
Federal agencies, especially civilian organizations, aren't going far enough to secure against cyber-physical threats to the supply chain.
There's a lot of emphasis on cyber threats, but the government is increasingly vulnerable to gaps in supply-chain security.
While President Trump obsesses about politics, the U.S. is exposed to great danger.