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NASA's Next Frontier Is Washington

The space agency is in limbo as it waits for direction from Trump and a Republican-controlled Congress.

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Trump’s New Chief Digital Officer is Already Gone

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Gerrit Lansing made the move to the White House in January after serving as the Republican National Committee’s chief digital officer since 2015.

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18F Wants to Change the Rules, Not Break Them, Leader Says

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Part of hacking government includes finding policies and regulations that are barriers, Technology Transformation Service Commissioner Rob Cook said.

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IARPA Wants Ways to Protect Nation from Genome Editing

Gene editing could create pest-resistant crops, but it could also create new organisms that threaten humans, according to IARPA.

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Video: Analyzing Genetic Data From the Space Station

Analyzing astronaut DNA could be the key to fixing health problems that occur in the micro-gravity environment.

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You Have More Time To Tell Government How To Use Internet of Things

NTIA is extending the deadline for comment on a report it published on connected technology.

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Mattis Wants Pentagon's New Acquisition Roles Defined

The defense secretary is focused on cost effectiveness and efficiency throughout the department.

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The Man Who Led the Syrian Train-and-Equip Effort Wants A Cultural Translation App

The complex, delicate missions of today and tomorrow need a better way to bring fused intelligence to operators.

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Expired Security Certificates Locked DHS Employees Out of Network

The agency is checking other expirations to avoid other hiccups, an official said.

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