Gov Actually Episode 14: Everything you need to know about CBO
Launched in 1975, the CBO serves as an independent office analyzing and "scoring" budgetary and economic issues for congressional legislation.
Bill would require Pentagon to tell Congress about active ‘special cyber operations’
U.S. defense officials already notify lawmakers about such operations, but do so at their own discretion as there is no specific law currently in place to guide these private discussions.
Experts want clarity among potential IoT regulations
A new report from the Government Accountability Office that lays out the security risks, possible economic ramifications and other implications of IoT.
Can the press and Congress fix government’s technology problem?
In this contributed commentary, DCode42's Andrew McMahon explores how the press and Congress can help government overcome its technology problem.
CIOs’ answers on FAFSA breach leave lawmakers unsatisfied
Who is at fault when two or more agencies together provide a service that gets breached?
Bipartisan legislation seeks to keep previously-opened government data online
A new bipartisan bill seeks to ensure that all openly published federal data remains so, and in a machine-readable format.