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From Nextgov.com: Aftermath of WikiLeaks flap underscores vulnerabilities of the cloud

Denial-of-service attacks show the risks to operations when agencies rely on third parties to host IT services, say cybersecurity experts.

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Defense Logistics Agency relieves key commander

Air Force Brig. Gen. Scott Chambers oversaw troop support contracts worth $14.5 billion.

Senate passes bill to reform Census Bureau

Measure would make the director’s position a five-year presidentially appointed term beginning in 2012.

Senate Dems lose vote on 'don't ask' repeal

Democrats fail to overcome a Republican filibuster of the 2011 defense authorization bill that included a provision repealing the 1993 law.

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Agencies’ recruitment efforts show promise

Strategies for hiring veterans, disabled workers and other candidates are improving, report finds.

From Nextgov.com: White House details sweeping changes to federal computing

The 40-page strategy directs agency IT leaders to follow a ‘cloud first’ policy and evaluate the practicality of leasing access to Web-based equipment before buying new hardware or software.

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Spending bill freezes agency budgets, employee pay

House lawmakers push measure forward as Senate continues to work on its version.

California Republican wins chairmanship of House oversight panel

Rep. Darrell Issa has served as the committee’s ranking member for two years and plans to put the Obama administration under the microscope.

Viewpoint: Happy Birthday, Open Government Directive

The Obama administration has created an infrastructure that puts agencies on a path to proactively involving citizens in federal decision making.

Northrop sees rising demand for Global Hawks

The company is working closely with Air Force officials on addressing the concerns of Pentagon and Air Force acquisition executives over the growing cost of the program.

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