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GSA Steers Pentagon to $1 Billion Contract to Track Global Threats

Booz Allen Hamilton wins award under OASIS strategic sourcing vehicle.

Defense Department: 2 Million Troops, Civilian Workers May Have to Work Without Pay Next Week

The looming government shutdown threatens paychecks, but some shrug as this happened before — just two years ago

NSA Director Adm. Michael Rogers prepares to testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee.

NSA Head: Loss of Access to Metadata Will Hurt Intelligence

The director of the NSA says the Freedom Act will slow and hamper intelligence gathering. Too bad it’s already law.

Only 1 in 7 of the Pentagon’s Emails is Legit

Out of 700 million emails sent to Pentagon account monthly, about 98 million are actually "good emails,” an official says.

DHS Wants Boeing to Test a Brain Chip in Firm’s Self-Destructing 'Black' Spyphone

The secret sauce of the mobile device is a so-called neuromorphic computer chip that imitates human learning,

Special Presidential Envoy for the Global Coalition to Counter IS, retired Gen. John R. Allen testifies on Capitol Hill in February.

Allen Quits ISIS War Envoy Job

The retired general begged President Obama to “destroy” ISIS and was then appointed to help do it.

Pentagon to Industry: How Should We Do Cloud-Based Email for 1.6 Million Employees?

The Pentagon’s next-generation unclassified email system may exist entirely in the cloud.

Security preparations at the White House, in anticipation of Pope Francis' visit Wednesday.

It Will Take 30 Agencies to Protect the Pope During His Visit

One Secret Service agent called the 1987 papal visit "the most stressful 10 days of my life."

Sheryl Sandberg, chief operating officer of Facebook

What Facebook’s ‘Lean In’ Guru Can Teach Troops

"If the U.S. military can get this right, other industries will follow," Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg said.

The Federal Trade Commission is one of the agencies that wants access.

Agencies Say They Need Access to Americans' Emails Without a Warrant

But the FTC and SEC have not used the current subpoena process in five years.