NIST's preliminary cybersecurity framework, due in October, is essentially complete.
FEMA and other agencies are signing up for a new Twitter service to highlight important bulletins.
NSA will continue to be involved in cybersecurity standards because of its 'deep reservoir of knowhow.'
NOAA is still trying to decide which personnel would be subject to furlough.
Complaint centered on e-mail threads and conference calls among directors that a board member believed should have been announced by public notice and included in the public record.
After having its first protest rejected, Aljucar, Anvil-Incus & Co. is taking another shot.
A six-month launch delay for NOAA's next-generation geostationary satellites could mean the agency will violate its policy of always having a backup weather satellite in orbit.
The new framework changes the way agencies comply with the Federal Financial Management Improvement Act.
The federal health insurance exchanges are miscalculating some premium costs, but an Oct. 1 launch is still expected.
DHS's Science & Technology Directorate tests facial recognition software at a hockey arena.
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