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Agencies struggle to protect their data at all times
Backing up your paper
Lost records convince officials that encrypted digital backups are crucial
5 keys to better leadership
Experts offer ways to move beyond mere management to be a positive force within your organization
Found in translation
Getting different identity systems to talk together is not so hard anymore
Arthur K. Cebrowski, 1942-2005
Navy vice admiral was known as father of network-centric warfare
DOD to conduct security stand-down
House Democrats stake out high-tech ground
Comings and goings
Editorial: Generation gap
Kelman: The grand challenge
Principi: Changing with the times
DOD pay system challenged
Union lawsuit and start-up costs could delay conversion to new system
States seek project discipline
A new type of spam filter
Federal agencies turn to IronPort's appliances to scrutinize e-mailers' behavior
Illinois scraps frame-relay net
Mandylion takes password tokens to next level
Quick look: Wireless security without the pain
Small businesses reach nirvana on Air Force's NetCents program
Microsoft targets developers
Fixing the Next Generation procurement data system
Critics say program needs to be more accurate and user-friendly
Blank check at NASA
Debate continues on data privacy bill
Two sides of small-biz goals
DOD could extend AKO by January
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The Trump administration's long-awaited cyber strategy promises a more aggressive willingness to use offensive operations against nation-states and criminal groups in the digital domain.
Can stakeholders and activists take this White House at its word that it is sincerely interested in advancing open data and open government policy?
These early-career leaders already are having an outsized impact on government IT.
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