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Calling all space tech

NASA announced several multimillion dollar initiatives reaching out to industry and academia. The goal: investing in the future of space technology.

"One ring to rule them all" - Frodo Baggins looking at the ring of Sauron.

Privacy, security and one login to rule them all?

Government techies wrestle with building privacy and security into services from the ground up.

Gun-testing robot, Open Internet guidance and a health care breach

News and notes from around the federal IT community.

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NS2020 RFP probably pushed back

The hoped-for July release of the GSA contracting vehicle's RFP will likely slide into late summer.

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House panel moves drone, FOIA, IT dupe bills

One of the measures would require DHS to assess and report on duplication of information technology.

MyUSA again, Deltek's GovCon study and more

News and notes from around the federal IT community.

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Comey: Industry letter on encryption is 'depressing'

The FBI director said a head-on collision is coming between privacy and public safety.

David Cotton, Deputy DoD CIO for Information Enterprise at United States Department of Defense

Cracking down on poor cyber hygiene

DOD Deputy CIO David Cotton says stricter enforcement of cyber hygiene standards at the Pentagon comes as users still struggle with basic security measures.

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Britain's cyber envoy, in his own words

The Anglo-American relationship in cyberspace is flourishing thanks in part to bilateral measures agreed to by Prime Minister David Cameron and President Barack Obama.

Kathy Conrad, Martha Dorris, and Darlene Meskell of GSA.

GSA's Dorris honored, Ambrose moves to VA and more

News and notes from around the federal IT community.

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What workers – especially millenials – want

Agencies and industry face mounting challenges as young, telecommuting employees feel less engaged with their work. How can leaders keep talent from disconnecting or leaving altogether?

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IT a big reason Congress is pondering a private air traffic control system

While the safety record of the FAA-operated air traffic control system leads the world, stakeholders are concerned about the slow pace of technological upgrades.

The 2015 Federal 100

Meet 100 women and men who are doing great things in federal IT.