Head of CDC's Scandal-Plagued Lab Resigns

The lab exposed workers to live anthrax and deadly strains of bird fly by improperly transporting them.

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4 Reasons Why the Internet of Everything Will Require a New Breed of IT Pros


IoE will demand a shift in how the current and future employees are educated to fill critical gaps.

Agencies Still Plugging Gaps in Smart Card Security


An HHS audit detailed a total of six shortcomings with the agency’s handling of smart cards.


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EPA Doesn’t Know How Much It Uses the Cloud, IG Finds

EPA says it has 11 cloud contracts, but the IG has doubts.


Hackers Probe Dominion Power Staff, Bankroll Pickpockets’ Airfare to London, and Raid a Charity

Just another week in ThreatWatch, our regularly updated index of noteworthy data breaches.

Nextgov A prototype of a tower for a virtual fence along the U.S.-Mexico border at a test facility in Playas, N.M.

Virtual Border Fence Project Halted After Raytheon Protest

GAO: DHS 'prejudiced' the contract during a botched competition for the $145 million surveillance project.

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SpaceX Scores an Early Win in its Lawsuit Against the US Government

SpaceX had charged the government with violating fair contracting procedures in its lawsuit.


Amazon’s Cloud Price War With Google Is Starting to Hurt

Amazon Web Services, Amazon’s cloud-computing business, is now mature enough to affect Amazon’s overall numbers.


European Central Bank Blackmailed After Data Breach

Hackers obtained personal details of individuals who had registered for ECB events.

Nextgov The console of the LG's Smart Refrigerator has menus for "food management."

Some Things Should Be Banned from the Internet of Things

Connecting refrigerators to the Web -- what could go wrong?

Nextgov acting Social Security Commissioner Carolyn Colvin

After 6 Years and $300M, Social Security IT Project Still Doesn’t Work

Republican lawmakers want to know why the project has gone over-budget and behind schedule.