A work in progress Experts debate whether the creation of DHS boosted technology programs as expected
Terrorists brandish tech sword, too Five years after the 2001 terrorist attacks, law enforcement and terrorist groups bring new levels of sophistication to the ongoing game of digital cat and mouse
Technology trap Is our national obsession with technology causing us to misdirect our terrorism-fighting efforts?
Audit puts GSA on the spot again
IG cites procurement violations yet recommends DOD do business with GSA
Jim Williams: Rebuilding GSA by focusing on customers
Army to require encryption for traveling devices
Editorial: Changing everything There has been a noticeable and disappointing lack of significant or meaningful change on Capitol Hill since the 2001 terrorist attacks
Kelman: Unsung heroes of contracting
Union: Low staffing at LAX worsens delays
Airline passenger advocacy group says staffing levels are part of a larger problem
New book offers managers tips on keeping the best employees
Financial analysts get a new language
XBRL has helped financial institutions expedite reporting and data analysis
Tool tackles insider threats
HP offers affordable ultralight notebook
Both sides shift cyberwar tactics
Integrators see dark clouds, some sunshine
Climate is one of tight budgets, price pressures
Experts see little fallout from Thomas’ criticism of CSC
Defense objects to adopting VA health records system
Despite congressional urging, DOD insists the VA system does not meet its needs
NARA must improve ERA expense plan
FCW’s brush with COOP
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