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Funding Impasse Is Already Disrupting DHS Operations

Plans for new technologies and equipment remain up in the air.

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New Tool Aims to Make Government Financial Disclosures More Transparent

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From January 2016 and onward, OGE plans to require Senate-confirmed appointees to use the online system, called Integrity.

Clapper: Maintaining Phone Call Surveillance is Like Buying Insurance

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The nation's top spy said keeping logs of U.S. citizens' phone calls is a preventive measure for discerning potential threats.

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6 Biggest Blunders in Government's Annual Cyber Report Card

The White House has released its yearly assessment of agency compliance with the governmentwide cyber laws.

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When Congress and Cloud Collided

A lawmaker came up with a new meaning for the term “cloud.” But DOD’s chief information officer isn’t smiling.

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Video: Open Data and Fostering Citizen Advocacy

The third installment in our collaboration with Socrata's Open Data TV.

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When IRS Tech Projects Start to Slip, Congress is the Last to Know

A few key tech projects at IRS are running over budget and behind schedule, and lawmakers are being left out of the loop, GAO said.

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Meet FTC's Chief Geek

Ashkan Soltani is the new chief technologist at the Federal Trade Commission—the tech industry's biggest privacy watchdog.

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The White House Is Now a Great Stepping Stone for Cushy Tech Careers

Some tech companies appear to be placing their bets on influential recruits rather than K Street.

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Obama's 'Privacy Bill of Rights' Gets Bashed from All Sides

The proposal aims to give consumers more control over their own information, but privacy advocates say it doesn't go far enough.

Obama's 'Privacy Bill of Rights' Gets Bashed from All Sides

The proposal aims to give consumers more control over their own information, but privacy advocates say it doesn't go far enough.

Court Once Again Renews NSA Spying Authority

Mass surveillance will continue for now, but is set to expire on June 1—unless Congress acts.

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