The computer recycling bin
Agencies' approaches to recycling electronics are largely piecemeal.
FAQs: Web application security
Defending the application layer.
An excerpt from a book by William Eggers.
DOD Buyers' Guide
A comprehensive guide to military contracts offering computer hardware, software and services.
Health care IT agenda inches forward
HHS secretary makes a pitch for public/private partnership.
Troubled JTRS hits another roadblock
Networx RFPs under review
Comings and goings
Editorial: A brave new world
Kelman: The e-gov pulse
Andrues: Grading the teachers
Depository librarians face uncertain future
Controversy swirls around GPO plan to cut back on print titles.
Hill renews call for emergency preparedness
TSA screeners need faster Internet access
NOAA offers access to new radar data
Java-based application lets scientists quickly view and retrieve information.
Labs help military make right tech choices
Fed agencies edge toward VOIP
Solar flare resurges
Sun reinvents its image with new products and services.
On the circuit
Crossing the chasm
House may take DHS to the woodshed
Unfinished work drives bill to strip $800 million from new budget.
Another approach to warfighting integration
OMB to review interagency purchasing deals
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Capitol Hill IT modernization champion Will Hurd reintroduced a bill to support the retirement of legacy technology and the shift to cloud and managed services.
The Air Force is the latest military service to partner with HackerOne on a bug bounty competition where hackers can win prize money by finding vulnerabilities in Air Force sites.
DHS, GSA and customer agencies discuss deployment efforts and ideas for future improvement.
Some IT contractors are worried that the "buy American" executive order from President Trump could squeeze key innovators out of the market.
New guidance from OMB advises agencies to use shared services, GWACs and federal schedules for acquisition, and to leverage IT wherever possible in restructuring plans.
It could be months before the Defense Department has a new CIO, and he or she will face a host of organizational and operational challenges from Day One
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