The Air Force Doesn’t Know How to Test Its Future Robotic Wingmen

How do you surprise a drone that can revise its strategy hundreds of times in an eyeblink?

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Denying Trump’s Denial, U.S. Intel Chief Says There’s More Evidence of Russian Hacking

The nation’s top intelligence official says “forensic and other” evidence proves Russian election interference.

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IRS Needs to Physically Secure Its Computer Rooms


An IG report finds IRS needs to update physical access procedures to restricted rooms.

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Video: Charging the Federal Government Up About Electric Vehicles

The Energy Department is developing ways to encourage adoption of electric vehicles.


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The agency announced 15 vendors have been approved for the new cyber-focused special item numbers.


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Denying Trump’s Denial, US Intel Chief Says There’s More Evidence of Russian Hacking

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