GSA Uses Final Weeks Under Obama to Advance Shared Services, Category Management

A new vision of standardized business processes would endure 10 years.

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Bill to Elevate CYBERCOM Heads to Obama’s Desk


The compromise defense policy bill also sets conditions for splitting NSA and U.S. Cyber Command.

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Justice Department to Propose ‘Legislative Fix’ to Warrants for Data Stored Abroad


A federal appeals court is reviewing whether DOJ can demand customer data stored by Microsoft in Ireland.

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Trump’s Landing Teams Feature Familiar Tech Executives

Some former agency chief information officers and chief technology officer will help the Trump agency landing teams.


Agencies Continue to Struggle with DATA Act Implementation

Some agencies are on track to miss DATA Act implementation timelines.


Nanotech Breakthrough Could Revolutionize Night Vision

Researchers build “teeny, tiny structures” that can change infrared to visible light.


The Flaw in Tech Giants’ Plan to Fight Extremist Content

Everyone gets to use different definitions of dangerous imagery, says the inventor of the software they’ll use.


The Extreme Hazing of the Most Expensive Telescope Ever Built

The James Webb Space Telescope, $8.8 billion and 20 years in the making, is undergoing rigorous testing to make sure it can survive launch.


Report: Expect Cyber Investments, More Outsourced IT Under Trump

While cybersecurity investments and IT outsourcing may increase, expect agencies' agile efforts to wither.


Government Shared Services Meet Challenges in People, Capital

Shared services continue to face challenges from how agencies are funding to finding the right personnel.

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Trump May Be on Collision Course with Congress over Russian Hacking

Lawmakers call Russian meddling in the election a threat to democracy; Trump says it never happened.


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