Debate starts over accountability for teleworkers.
Feds brace as panel to hold first public hearing on identifying $1.5 trillion in debt savings.
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In addition to the savings in commute times and employees' sanity, telework for public-sector employees in California could save the state $1.5 billion a year, according to a new study.
California strengthens its breach notification requirements, as federal legislation that would replace state laws goes nowhere in Congress.
Agencies worked together to manage and coordinate rescue and recovery efforts connected to Hurricane Irene.
The expansion means millions more people can go online to make sure the government has accurate information about whether they're allowed to work in the United States.
The New York City Police Department has started a unit to track leads on criminal activity disclosed on Facebook, Twitter and other social media sites.
Executives baffled by the language of technology and overwhelmed by cybersecurity program management conundrums now have an educational resource.
A state government shutdown of nearly three weeks ends as Minnesota lawmakers make a deal.
Talented disabled workers in Maryland are being lured with telework incentives through a state program.
Political info becomes suspect as fake Twitter feeds spread false or negative information about candidates and incumbents.