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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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SpaceX Gets Approval for National Security Launches

The move breaks a monopoly long held by the Boeing-Lockheed Martin joint venture United Launch Alliance.

IRS Says Cybercriminals Nabbed Info on 100K Taxpayers

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Agency sends warning to 200,000 taxpayers, half of whom will be credit monitored.

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Nextgov Prime: Gov2020: Technology and Government of Tomorrow will take place Sept. 9 at the Renaissance Hotel in Washington, D.C.

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VA Continues Facing Onslaught of Cyberattacks

The Department of Veterans Affairs blocked more than 1 billion cyber threats in April.

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Are Government Records Management Practices in Peril?

The evidence of the lack of progress in records management continues to mount.

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NASA Wants to Help Propel Space Tech Past ‘Tipping Point’

An infusion of NASA cash could help propel these technologies into viable commercial applications.

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Video: NASA's Path to Mars

We will need more than just Google Maps to get us there.

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NSA Starts to Shut Down Mass-Spying Program

Republicans said the White House was being "disingenuous" by threatening to shutter the surveillance program. "That process has begun," an official said.

National Security Agency Starts to Shut Down Mass-Spying Program

Republicans said the White House was being "disingenuous" by threatening to shutter the surveillance program.

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NSA Tests Out Smartphones that Recognize Handwriting Motion

The National Security Agency has tested the use of smartphone-swipe recognition technology, according to the tool’s manufacturer.

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US Has Space Experts Worried About an Extraterrestrial Land Grab

Plans to make money in space are missing one of the fundamental ingredients to any business: property rights.

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Google Wants to Make Creepy Bunny Robots to Talk to Your Kids

Google’s patent application suggests it wants to build a device with cameras and audio sensors that could determine when someone is looking at it and follow voice commands to control other internet-connected devices.

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