The Senate passed a provision to require federal contractors to use the E-Verify program on the same day DHS announced that contractors must use the program starting Sept. 8.
Agency responses to cyberattacks on U.S. government sites demonstrates a need for better coordination between agency security officials and the companies that provide Internet services, experts say.
The Coast Guard continues to face management problems with Deepwater and with its computer modernization program, GAO says.
Two law firms have filed a class-action lawsuit on behalf of customers of a private operator of Registered Traveler services that shut down abruptly in late June.
Science Applications International Corp. will acquire R.W. Beck Group Inc., a provider of business and technical consulting services related to engineering, energy and infrastructure.
I2 Inc. has acquired Knowledge Computing Corp., a provider of analysis software to law enforcement agencies.
Private equity deals in the government services market are coming fast and are good news for the foundering economy.
Sales of smart-video systems are on the rise as new applications put power tools into the hands of everyday users.
DHS says it is expanding the types of personal information it will collect on employees and contractors who require long-term access.
DHS has cited savings from recycling software, consolidating contracts and pursuing other cost-cutting measures.
The Homeland Security Department has awarded the $1.5 billion PACTS contract for professional services.
DOD published a manual describing various job categories, including technical and management positions, and the different certifications that meet the training requirement. Here are a few examples.
The Coast Guard is not pursuing recoupment for structural and technical problems identified in the National Security Cutter program, according to a new report from the DHS inspector general.
A debate rages over a Senate proposal to require certification or licensing for all cybersecurity professionals who work on government information systems.
QinetiQ North America will supply military first-responder robots to the Navy under a $56.4 million indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract.