Disasters in the Internet Age
The Internet -- more than any other tool -- is proving to be a significant means of communication during disasters
Storage networks for the masses
Sharply falling prices make Fibre Channel storage gear worth a new look
Army's online portal could be extended across DOD
DISA wants all services to have access to AKO
Commission recommends patient ID standard
In bird flu watch, CDC searches for warning signs
Comings and goings
Editorial: Winged migration
Kelman: An open letter to 1102s
Welles: Win some, lose some
Skinner doesn't pull his punches
IG guides DHS through difficult days by offering tough advice
Assistive tech could aid aging fed workers
3 new ways to authenticate
Biometrics break new ground in validating users, computers
Army tweaked comm system for disaster relief
What a difference six months could make
Fluctuating industry could complicate Networx award process
VA's CIO gets budget authority
Shift follows problems with some high-profile systems
Ready, set, declassify
GAO: E-voting machines are not always secure
Putting open-source software to the test
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A two-year campaign that prompted the Department of Homeland Security to issue its first-ever emergency directive to agencies to shore up cyber defenses appears in part to have been an attempt to spy on U.S. government internet traffic.
A rule change allows furloughed feds and those working without pay to take out loans against their retirement during shutdowns.
Congratulations to all the women and men being honored for their exceptional contributions to federal IT.
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