CBP seeks info on body-worn cameras for use by Border Patrol
The agency is also curious about whether these cameras have facial recognition capabilities.
‘Poor information technology implementation’ blamed for CPSC data exposure
Employees also had "little to no" training on how to redact personally identifying information when handing over data, according to a new report by the Senate Commerce Committee's majority staff.
How designing federal websites for mobile may benefit the desktop user experience as well
The smaller displays and leaner operating systems have a way of focusing attention on what's most important, digital services experts say.
FBI CIO Gordon Bitko departs for trade association ITI
Coming into the new job, Bitko says he understands the "important relationship between the technology industry and agencies at all levels of government."
Poor IT security led to breaches at consumer safety agency, IG says
The agency has had some issues with the release of personally identifiable information to "unauthorized recipients."