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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.

Surrounded by LGBT supporters, President Barack Obama signs executive orders to protect LGBT employees from federal workplace discrimination.

Obama Signs Executive Orders Protecting LGBT Feds and Contractors

President says federal dollars should not go toward supporting discrimination.

Two people monitoring the performance of extruders inside the Made In Space experiment box during a microgravity portion of flight aboard a modified Boeing 727 from the Zero G Corporation.

Here's What It Will Take to 3-D Print Replacement Rocket Parts in Space

Start with the government designing a research roadmap, NRC says.

How to Approach Declining Federal IT Spending

Contractors should be prepared, Deltek says.

A U.S. Customs and Border Protection patrol car sits near stacked cargo containers at the port of Newark. Of the 5,000 containers that leave the seaport each day, 98 percent pass through radiation detectors.

Feds Want Backpack Radiation Detectors That Don’t Use Rare Gas

The hope is to stop providing helium-3 for these systems next year.

Government’s Biggest Failures, 2001-2014

A scholar looks at recent instances of where government has fallen short, either in oversight or operations.