When a hacked AP Twitter account falsely reported President Obama's injury in an explosion, the public reacted with no immediate White House assurance. There are better ways to handle such situations.
Republicans are turning their attention to the provision of the healthcare reform law that requires the establishment of online health insurance exchanges.
There will (we're pretty sure) be no 'Reservoir Dogs' tactics when Rep. John Mica (R-Fla.) holds his April 25 warehouse hearing, but witnesses can expect some tough questions.
The Defense Department needs to modernize the ground stations and control networks that operate the nation's defense satellites.
Lawmakers adds his voice to those demanding to know why the DHS CIO is on leave.
Officials pin their hopes for an easing of the claims logjam on new systems.
Much of the wireless spectrum coveted for next-generation broadband is currently used by federal agencies. The pressure to share -- or move -- is building.
Hagel, others note productivity hit and the need for flexibility
What a survey of 22,956 feds tells us about the makeup of -- and gaps in -- agency cyber efforts.
For health IT and other agency programs, finding ways to turn the catch-phrase into actual action is key.
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