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Obama White House Makes Big Final Push for Enduring IT Reforms

Officials cheer on agency and industry innovation at Open Data Summit.

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Election Systems Are Vulnerable But Not How You Think

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Undermining citizens’ confidence in the election outcome has been a side effect of conspiracy theorists, campaigns and recent headlines, Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp told lawmakers.

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It's time to stop using your pet's name.

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Some Agencies Are Making Headway on Luring Millennials

Senate panel bemoans lengthy time-to-hire and still burdensome USAJOBS site.

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Helping Smart Cites Harness Big Data

The open-source mapping company Mapbox is starting a new “mentorship” program to help cities tackle their most pressing urban issues.

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Body Cameras Are Betraying Their Promise

They’re not transparent. They’re not independent. They’re not even turned on when they should be.

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The Algorithms That Tell Bosses How Employees Are Feeling

Sentiment-analysis software can help companies figure out what’s bothering workers—or what they’re excited about.

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What Does it Take to Roll Out a New Citizen Service?

Here are five ways to grow an agency's user base and increase adoption.

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The Perfect Email

An etiquette update: Brevity is the highest virtue.

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Why Won’t Trump Blame the DNC Hack on Russia?

His refusal to point fingers is a departure from the Obama administration’s willingness to attribute cyberattacks to foreign countries.

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A New Device Approved by the FDA Could Radically Change the Lives of Diabetics

It’s a step closer to giving type-1 diabetes patients an artificial pancreas.

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A New Innovation in 3D-Printed Materials Lets Objects Be Both Hard and Soft

Imagine mechanical objects like door handles or pliers made entirely of rubber.

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