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AF cyber command takes shape
Young feds bring intell change
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Wagner: Year-end spending
Welles: Go ahead, show off
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ATF agents get Web portal access
Security is telework's weakest link
Let software perform guard duty Think of network access control as the sentry that keeps unsafe computers off your network
DOD takes steps to cut contract costs House urges military to reduce spending on services through better oversight
Unions press their case against A-76
GSA beats goal of awarding contracts in 30 days or less
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Grant law renewal uncertain
NIST prepares due diligence standards for cybersecurity
Secrecy by the numbers
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