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A walkway connecting sections of the Coast Guard's new headquarters at St. Elizabeths. The Coast Guard headquarters was the first phase of the project.

GSA Presses Ahead with Homeland Security Consolidation

Agency awards contract for renovating a building that will hold 700 employees.

The Department of Veterans Affairs in Phoenix.

VA CIO: Scheduling System Software Will Be Fielded by 2017, Not 2020

The department says a chart depicting a full rollout not until 2020 was outdated and it's committed to a two-year rollout.

Some TRICARE Enrollees Won’t Have to Pay Annual Fee Increases

The Pentagon is making an exception for two groups of Prime beneficiaries.

Does the Intelligence Community Really Get Hadoop?

Intelligence experts say the government needs to hire more data scientists to keep up with the big-data savvy private sector.

Who Exactly Underestimated ISIS?

The president's acknowledgement that the U.S. "underestimated" the rise of ISIS raised more questions than it answered.

U.S. Army Pfc. Perry Price patrols the village of Aliabad in Kunar province, Afghanistan.

Afghanistan Finally Signs Elusive Security Pact With United States

Agreement will allow for nearly 10,000 American forces to remain in the country.

The Secret Service Can't Catch a Break (or an Intruder)

The Iraq War veteran who ran into the White House earlier this month made it much farther than the Secret Service initially admitted, The Washington Post reports.

The Defense Industry Is Expanding the Use of 3D Printing

The Navy is still several years away from being able to print spare parts for ships and airplanes, but ‘that day will surely come.’ By Marcus Weisgerber

Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., is one of the lawmakers pushing reforms.

The Many, Many Ideas to Fix the Broken Security Clearance Process

Some reforms have been implemented, but almost everyone agrees there is more work to do.