Because of different network security standards, the two departments share resources over three networks -- not one.
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As the FBI-vs.-Apple battle heats up, the defense secretary makes his own pitch to the tech industry.
A proposal would convert workers to a different personnel structure, potentially reducing their pay and benefits.
David Berteau to replace Stan Soloway at Professional Services Council.
A federal judge in New York rules in the company’s favor on the same legal principle that the FBI is using in California.
The gulf between Silicon Valley and Washington appears to be widening.
The government will help active-duty soldiers with the cost of IVF, but vets don’t have the same benefit—even when combat injuries make it impossible to have kids otherwise.
Officials say Apple is creating a situation where FBI can’t do its job. Apple says the FBI is seeking "dangerous power." Who’s right?
Office of Special Counsel brought to light discarding of 12,000 gallons a year.
The branch wants to nearly quadruple the current $7.7 million purse for defending networked aircraft, launch systems, satellites and data.