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British Activist Lauri Love Accused of Hacking Deltek

Breach occurred July 2013, but the government market research firm didn’t realize it until eight months later.

“We need to fundamentally rethink the workforce, to create a unified vision across government,” said Stan Soloway, president and CEO of the Professional Services Council.

Contractors Group Would Restructure White House Procurement Shop

Professional Services Council adds to mix of proposals to reform acquisition workforce.

EPA Doesn’t Know How Much It Uses the Cloud, IG Finds

The agency says it has 11 cloud contracts, but the IG doubts that number.

A prototype of a tower for a virtual fence along the U.S.-Mexico border at a test facility in Playas, N.M.

Virtual Border Fence Project Halted After Raytheon Protest

GAO: DHS 'prejudiced' the contract during a botched competition for the $145 million surveillance project.

Rung said program managers and contracting officials “have a thankless job and rarely get the recognition they deserve.”

Procurement Chief Nominee Stresses Acquisition Training, Contractor Price Data

Sen. McCaskill elicits promise that OMB will improve communication with oversight panels.

John Koskinen, IRS Commisioner

How to Avoid the IRS' Technology Fumbles

Groups says it all boils down to an IT management issue.

Feds Join Lawsuit Alleging Symantec Overcharged Agencies for Software

The feds say the company failed to disclose discounts to agencies.

Embassies Get Phone System Upgrades Thanks to New $275M Contract

The task order will provide secure communications to more than 30 diplomatic posts.

Lois Lerner's emails were destroyed when her hard drive was destroyed, IRS has said.

IRS Seeks to Destroy More Hard Drives -- The Right Way This Time

Agency is also ‘refreshing employees’ awareness’ of existing policies, documents say.