Melissa Hathaway's resignation as the Obama administration’s acting senior director for cyberspace has caused scrutiny about how the Obama administration is accomplishing its extensive cybersecurity agenda.
Melissa Hathaway, who led the administration's 60-day review of cyber policy and was considered a candidate for the new White House cyber coordinator position, will resign later this month, according to an article on The Wall Street Journal's Web site.
CACI International will provide watch desk operations for the National Protection and Program Directorate of the Homeland Security Department under a task order worth $14.2 million.
Experts today reacted to reports of inappropriate procurement activities at the Homeland Security Department by saying it was unclear whether such actions are common at other federal agencies.
IBM Corp. will continue maintaining an air surveillance system for the United Kingdom’s Ministry of Defence under a five-year, $38 million (23 million pounds sterling) contract.
DHS officials had inappropriate communications and committed other improprieties in four procurements, according to a new report.
A new program tries to find young people that could meet the government's need for more highly skilled cybersecurity professionals.
GTSI Corp. will strengthen security at California’s Oakland port facilities under a $7 million contract.
The new head of the Coast Guard acquisitions unit said he wants to make permanent the relationships between the new unit and the Homeland Security and Defense departments.
Former agency officials told a Senate subcommittee that the E-Verify system for employment verification cannot detect identity theft.
The Homeland Security Department has published a justification for awarding a $782,000 sole-source software contract for risk-assessment software services.
DHS on July 16 published a new interim rule on suspensions and debarments for nonprocurement-related entities.
Backers of a new driver's license security program say the current Real ID program's costly IT requirements are unnecessary and won't work for states.
Science Applications International Corp. has acquired Atlan Inc., a cybersecurity product-testing firm in McLean, Va.
Cyberattacks on government agencies' Web sites underscore the complex policy questions of cyber defense and offense, experts say.