On duty: 24-hour video guards
The latest digital video gear is a big improvement over older analog equipment. Here's what you need to make digital security work for you.
Security gets image-conscious
Video-analysis software is getting better at spotting suspicious activity, but a developing market still warrants caution
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Networx: Now for the hard choices
With Universal and now Enterprise, feds must sort through telecom options
DOD surges on biometrics
Lawmakers push compromise on ID cards
FCW@20: Worn down from budget battle
Editorial: Stating the obvious
Corini: Raise your guard
McDonough: The need for IGs
Welles: E-mail messaging
Unions on pay systems: No, but yes
Despite their bluster, unions say they don’t oppose performance-based pay for feds
DHS sticks to pay system goals
Queuing up printer savings
When government offices take steps to control their document costs, they reap the rewards
Data explosion strains peer review
Education says, ‘Do it all’
Department’s EDUCATE procurement will make contractors shoulder more IT risk
The next big thing: TEM
Agencies face SSN scrubdown
OMB says agencies must stop the practice of using SSNs as unique personal identifiers
i-GPS plan stumbles on Capitol Hill
DHS sets its cyber R&D goals
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Tech companies are facing protests internally from workers and externally from activists about doing for government amid controversial policies like "zero tolerance" for illegal immigration.
Margaret Weichert, now acting director of the Office of Personnel Management, is clearing agencies to make direct hires in IT, cyber and other tech fields and is changing pay for specialized occupations.
As the deadline to submit bids on the Pentagon's $10 billion, 10-year warfighter cloud deal draws near, IBM announced a legal protest.
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