NIST's Kevin Stine explains the agency's priorities and the power of automated reporting.
The contracts, which could be worth as much as $94.7 million combined, call for support of the electronic security and other systems at government facilities in several regions outside the U.S.
The acquisition will expand Dell’s rapidly growing security portfolio.
The $40 million acquisition gives CRGT a wider range of IT services, including enterprise architecture, application development and security.
Company will rollout host-based security system across all Defense Department and intelligence agencies.
GD’s Advanced Information Systems unit will continue cyber network defense, operations and exploitation support for the Air Force's 35th Intelligence Squadron.
Five-year award calls for providing remote identity proofing and multi-factor authentication services.
ManTech plans to acquire cybersecurity-solutions provider HBGary.
Under the USAccess program, HP will deliver identity credentials to secure federal facilities and ensure the identities of more than 500,000 federal employees and contractors.
The federal CIO sets an agenda focused on innovation, efficiency and better services to the citizen.
Michael DuBose will oversee Kroll’s growing cyber investigations practice and provide investigative services for digital forensics, data breach response and complex cyber crimes.
David Langstaff returns as a CEO to a different market than a decade ago, but he still sees plenty to get excited about.
Obama's 2013 budget proposal aims to slash federal IT in some areas but expand its use when it can streamline government operations. The budget also includes an overall 8-percent reduction in Small Business Administration technical assistance programs.
Increasingly agencies are depending on Networx contractors for Trusted Internet Connections system installation.
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