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    A 'money-making' CIO job

    The Bureau of Engraving and Printing, which prints U.S. paper currency, is hiring for its top IT executive slot. Read More

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    When security goes too far

    What happens when agencies realize that every connected device is a potential threat? Read More

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    NASA taps new IT security leader

    NASA has selected Jeanette Hanna-Ruiz as its new chief information security officer. Read More

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    Tighe takes over naval intel, info warfare

    A highly sensitive Navy post is going to a senior officer who -- unlike her predecessor -- brings an active security clearance. Read More

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    Census seeks CTO

    With Avi Bender's departure to lead a data push at another Commerce Department component, the Census Bureau needs a new tech leader ahead of the 2020 headcount. Read More

  • Google legend joins Defense Digital Service

    Matt Cutts, Google's longtime search quality guru, is taking a leave of absence to join the Defense Department's digital SWAT team. Read More

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    Obama taps former spy as CIA watchdog

    After 16 months without a Senate-confirmed leader, the CIA has a nominee to head its Office of Inspector General. Read More

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    FAA joining the chief data officer movement

    The airspace agency is hiring for its newly created data management leadership role. Read More

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    FBI names leader for investigative tech

    Todd McCall has been tapped assistant director for the FBI's key investigative technology division. Read More

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    Transportation IG wants a CIO fast

    Only the first 100 applicants will get a shot at the CIO job opening up at the Transportation Department's Office of Inspector General. Read More

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