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The inspector general at IRS wants the agency to ditch its error prone and largely manual process for examining amended individual tax returns and allow users to submit their changes through the same streamlined e-filing portal used for original returns.
Steve Kelman digs deeper into the ways non-traditional contractors are changing the federal IT community.
A year after standing up, Army Futures Command has hit full operating capability. Here's a quick look at three of the projects.
Congressional Democrats are sounding the alarm on the security threats facing the 2020 elections -- and bashing the senator they feel is most responsible for legislative inaction.
Policymakers and experts know that paperless DRE voting machines are confined to a small number of states, but new survey results demonstrate just how concentrated the problem is.
Federal agencies should adapt external engagement models from corporate venture capital to take advantage of innovation in the commercial sector.
Customer experience has become a driver for agencies modernizing their IT systems.
Two senators have introduced legislation that would require social media companies to calculate the value of the data they collect and provide clear options for users not to share it.
The White House tech team that was formed to save HealthCare.gov in 2014 is returning to its roots as a 911 squad for government tech.
The widespread loss and theft of data on Americans has made a once popular form of remote identity proofing obsolete, and agencies need to start looking into other options.
The House Appropriations committee voted up a bill that includes funds to modernize IRS systems and security and restore critical hiring and pay authorities last available in 2013.
The personal devices and private email accounts of campaign and political staff are difficult to protect from determined political and nation-state adversaries.
An anti-fraud measure under a 2018 banking law requires the Social Security Administration to build an electronic verification system, but first industry has to help pay for it.
The head of Technology Transformation Services wants the White House-backed Centers of Excellence program to accommodate emerging technology.
The Federal Communications Commission wants to re-examine spectrum set aside for vehicle-to-vehicle communications to help speed next-generation Wi-Fi and 5G.
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The Federal Cloud Computing Strategy takes a thoughtful approach to IT modernization.
No matter how "smart" a cybersecurity system and program is, there will always be a vulnerability if it's designed to play defense.
To support long-term modernization initiatives, agencies must invest in skilled staff and open, automated and collaborative processes.
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