You Can Earn Six Figures From NASA If You’re Willing To Protect Earth From Alien Life

Who hasn't dreamt of being paid to protect the planet from alien life?

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Trump Order Elevates Cyber Command


CYBERCOM is now a full combatant command rather than a sub-unified command beneath U.S. Strategic Command.

Can Virtual Reality Be Used to Simulate and Treat Depression?


The National Institutes of Health are looking for small businesses to furnish the virtual reality technology.


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The Complex Relationship Between Innovation and Economic Segregation

It’s not just the tech industry that’s responsible for America’s stratifying cities.

Nextgov Dr. Vishal Sikka, chief executive officer of Infosys, announces an Infosys expansion in May.

How Steve Jobs Inspired Vishal Sikka to Leave the Chaos at Infosys

During his three-year run at Infosys, Sikka steered the company toward success.

Nextgov People watch a partial eclipse in Belfast, Northern Ireland, on March 20, 2015.

How to Enjoy the Eclipse Without Burning Your Eyeballs

Some tips from NASA and other federal agencies to help you make the most of the rare solar event.


State Department: Unclassified Email 'Fully Restored'

The department said the outage was not due to "external action."


Just in Time for Its Stellar Earnings, China is Going After Alibaba

Just hours before Alibaba released its numbers, the Chinese government shook its fist at the Hangzhou-based e-commerce giant.


Constant Anxiety Won't Save the World

Spreading fear and worry about issues you care about on social media can lead to burnout rather than action.


Pentagon Expanding Behavioral Biometrics With Keystroke Tracker

A new group signed to see if the technology can help fight insider threats.


FCC CIO Won’t Head to NGA After All

David Bray revealed a change of plans to the FCC staff.

Nextgov Sen. Brian Schatz at a Senate Appropriations subcommittee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington in May.

Dems Want Proof FCC Net Neutrality Page Was Actually Attacked

The agency said a coordinated attack forced it offline in May; skeptics suggest it was a flood of comments by net neutrality supporters.