The gift of life online
California turns to e-donor registry to help those in need of transplants.
Spinning a new backup tune
Agencies interested in disk-based backup face a slew of options.
Feds happy with their workplaces
But OPM survey shows workers are critical of managers.
DOD mulls network coordination
DHS budget boosts cybersecurity
Editorial: Bridging the chasm
Lisagor: Listen, care and engage
Cull: Readying for the e-documents storm
Planning for the future
Shelton works toward a time when FTS will no longer exist.
Postal Service copes with excess capacity
Just don't call them 'bonuses'
Jacksonville gives data on demand
Thin-client applications improve employee productivity.
Rugged enough for the military
Scaling the mountain
Telecom officials analyze massive Networx RFPs to seize opportunities.
'Tomahtoes' get in the way of saving e-records
Subtle differences in language between IT, archivists wreak havoc.
Off-budget funding keeps programs going
Industry questions proposed rule
Security issues trip up DHS info-sharing
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Steve Kelman applauds ASI Government for sharing valuable knowledge -- and notes that there are still plenty of other questions to answer.
In an op-ed for Business Insider, the GOP presidential candidate called for "the federal government must put its own house in order, prioritizing to reflect the urgency and importance of protecting key databases and communications."
"Convenience and accessibility has been prioritized over critical security practices," at OPM, according to a Dec. 23 alert distributed to cleared contractors by the Defense Security Service on behalf of DHS and the FBI.
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