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Katherine Archuleta

OPM director refuses to resign amid new hack revelations

Officials detailed the timing of the two breaches and confirmed that they were executed by the same "actor."

Terry Halvorsen

DHS funding, election-season API, spectrum sharing and 'secure enough' mobility

News and notes from around the federal IT community.

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Fixing FISMA, blaming … someone, and another lawsuit

Lawmakers wrestled with the regulatory shortcomings that helped allow the OPM breach to happen as they continued the search for someone to blame. Employee unions, on the other hand, know whom they're blaming.

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Pentagon's Silicon Valley unit gets $1.75M for fiscal 2015

The outreach facility will get another $5 million for the next four years.

While Clinton ran private email system, State got high marks for managing records

When assessing records management, it all depends on who you ask.

Jeh Johnson

A good day to try hard

A day filled with simultaneous network problems across multiple industries illustrates the complexity of the problem faced by cyber warriors, according to DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson.

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Domain name delay, DHS funding, McCain on acquisition and more

News and notes from around the federal IT community.

FBI Director James Comey, testifying March 25 before a House Appropriations subcommittee.

Comey renews encryption plea on Capitol Hill

The FBI director's arguments for law enforcement access to encrypted communications met a friendlier reception in the Senate than in the House.

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Can Uncle Sam promote self-driving vehicles?

Industry leaders are bullish on the future of robotic transportation, but when it comes to regulation, they seek "balance" from the feds.

Shutterstock image (by Nomad_Soul): Silhouette of a businessman in the end of a documents tunnel.

A FOIA app, Chamber targets cyber, shelling out for Shell and more

News and notes from around the federal IT community.

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Report: UL in talks with White House on IoT certification

A certification from Underwriters Laboratories, which has historically focused on electrical safety, could set a broad risk standard for cybersecurity.

Writing advice from 18F, DOD staff changes and a flying motorcycle

News and notes from around the federal IT community.

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