White hat, gray hat, black hat
Hackers can teach government and industry valuable IT security lessons
Can only you hear me now?
Technologies that can help you secure voice over IP
The e-government main event: Congress vs. OMB
Lawmakers constrained Commerce from transferring funds to e-gov in fiscal 2005
DOD's network defense to remain decentralized
FEMA IT problems predated Katrina
Editorial: Choose Burton, choose soon
Nadler: No small-biz panacea
Amtower: Migrating feds
Feds train to achieve Six Sigma results
Discipline has saved the Navy millions on 500 projects
Feds enroll in institute to keep up-to-date
Have briefcase, will travel
4 portable technologies for business travelers to take on the road
Google: Fit for intelligence work?
GIS comes to the rescue
Getting it together
HP and Peregrine to meld their technologies through acquisition
Center allows industry to explore cybersecurity
FirstGov completes its search
Government Web portal will use search engine that clusters results
GAO: Improve the data
DOD EA Version 3.0
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DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen signaled that her newly minted cybersecurity agency will shift its focus to a number of longer term initiatives around risk and supply chain.
Longstanding deficiencies in the Defense Department's tech portfolio emerged as a leading cause for the failure of the organization’s first completed audit report.
Steve Kelman's recent talk with feds reinforced his view that a $10,000 micropurchase limit opens up vast new acquisition possibilities.
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