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Consumer bureau's data collection raises congressional hackles

Plans by a financial regulator to collect information on potentially hundreds of millions of credit card and other accounts has House Republicans demanding answers.

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Agencies can learn from stimulus' data transparency

GAO recommends other agencies adopt the Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board practices of using single government-wide identifiers, and of standardizing data reporting requirements.

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Lawmakers: Leaks slowed cybersecurity legislation

NSA disclosures, Syria and other factors make cybersecurity legislation more difficult and more imperative.

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House Republicans stall on continuing resolution amid party strife

A bill to keep the government funded through mid-December has been pulled from the House schedule as Republicans wrangle over challenge on Obamacare.


Email aliases, personal accounts under House panel scrutiny

While a Democratic critic calls the hearing 'theater,' Rep. Darrell Issa suggests officials deliberately tried to conceal communications.

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Republican leaders boost DATA Act

Eric Cantor and Darrell Issa talk up data publishing standards at a transparency conference.

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Why the budget outlook is even worse than you think

Here are 8 reasons why Congress' efforts to fund the government are doomed to dysfunction.

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Landrieu seeks 'cyber footprint' for Louisiana

Locating the nation's cybersecurity hub in the land of jambalaya and jazz could be a good step, some experts say.

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Air Force nominee prepping at the Pentagon

SAIC executive Deborah Lee James, nominated to be the next Air Force Secretary, is preparing for her upcoming Senate confirmation hearing.

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CIO authority figures into House and Senate defense bills

The House and Senate versions of the defense authorization bill include different provisions that have major implications for federal CIOs’ authority.

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A peek at big data under immigration overhaul

A year-old deportation relief program for foreign-born, U.S.-raised students could provide a glimpse of the kinds of big-data demands that some federal agencies would have to deal with if comprehensive immigration legislation is enacted.

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The key to better IT portfolio management

Federal leaders need to balance their spending on operations and new projects to support strategic IT priorities and budget plans

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