Archives Officials Worried Clinton Might Send Records to Little Rock

Chief records officer disputes legal group’s interpretation of 2012 emails.

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Who Has the Best App in Government?


An FDA app used by food investigators to enter data while performing field inspections won "Best Business Investment."

Cyber Command Says New Mega-Contract Will Be Out by Fall


The Pentagon last week abandoned a $475 million job posting for cyberattack and network defense experts.


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Video: How to Clear Roads with Open Data

Open data helps local governments in all seasons.

Watchdog Finds Glitches in Governmentwide Effort to Track Spending Consistently

Move to post spending numbers ignored some traditional management practices.

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What Comes After Driverless Cars? Motion Sickness

Mankind’s rapid march toward a future of self-driving vehicles seems inevitable. And this makes a lot of people nervous.


How Cable Companies Use Data to Keep Customers from Cutting the Cord

When you call Verizon FiOS, the customer service representative on the other end of the line already knows quite a lot about you.

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Air Traffic Control Tech Upgrades Face Turbulence in Congress

Heading into a record travel season, FAA’s traffic upgrades are in the political spotlight.


CIO: FITARA 'Won't Change A Lot' at DHS

DHS CIO Luke McCormack said the legislation would only force CIOs to get more involved in the planning phase of major at decisions.


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DARPA Wants Technology That Could Help Troops See Through Walls

Light particles used to create photographs carry lots of information about their surroundings, but traditional imaging systems only gather a fraction of it, according to DARPA.


Other Agencies Use Same Log-on Procedures as Exploited IRS Site

The IRS hack is raising questions about once tried-and-true identity-protection measures.


FCC Wants to Make It Easier to Block Annoying Robocalls

The commission plans to tighten its rules on telemarketing.