Federal IT contract spending reaches new high in fiscal 2018, report says
Agencies spent $64.7 billion on IT contracts last year, up 9.5 percent from fiscal 2017.
Cybersecurity takes a quiet role in DHS secretary’s loose outline of priorities
Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly laid out the new administration’s priorities for his department Tuesday, listing cybersecurity alongside defending the nation’s borders and stopping terrorist attacks — but providing far fewer details about the online defensive mission than about the other two.
What Trump’s budget blueprint says about federal IT
President Donald Trump's initial budget proposal, while short, doesn't leave out technology's role in federal government operations and management.
White House adviser promises funding, centralization for federal cybersecurity
“President Trump intends to put his money where his mouth is,” White House homeland security adviser Thomas Bossert said Wednesday.
Good signs for federal IT under Trump, Rep. Will Hurd says
The Trump administration's transition teams are asking "all the questions" that the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee has been asking for the last two years around IT, the chairman of a key House subcommittee said in an interview with FedScoop.
FISMA 2016: White House claims progress against cyberattacks
For the first time, agencies were required to report only incidents that affected their operations, and to break those incidents down based on the attack vector used.