This Is the Way Cassini Ends

As the spacecraft prepared to plunge into Saturn, the mission's longest-serving members remembered its years-long journey.

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Veterans Affairs CIO Stepping Down


After another high-profile departure, there are 11 acting CIOs across the 24 CFO Act agencies.

Federal Blockchain Projects Face a Familiar Talent Problem


The General Services Administration has a proof-of-concept project underway and a hurdle.

Read more September 20, 2017 Leave a comment

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You're Turning Off Wi-fi and Bluetooth Wrong

You could still be connected and not know it.


What’s Blockchain’s Role In The Public Good?

A nonprofit partnership is looking for ways the decentralized ledger system can benefit society.

Nextgov HackerOne Co-founder Jobert Abma (left) with Jack Cable (right) in July.

Meet the 17-Year-Old Who Hacked the U.S. Air Force

Chicago high school senior Jack Cable moonlights as an ethical hacker.


Facebook's New 'AI Camera' Team Wants to Add a Layer to the World

The most important technological advances of the past decade are converging inside the battle for your phone’s camera.

Nextgov Securities and Exchange Commission ChairmanJay Clayton

Hackers Broke Into SEC Computer Systems and May Have Traded on the Stolen Information

The agency said that criminals exploited a software vulnerability in its filing system.

Nextgov The Waymo driverless car is displayed during a Google event, in San Francisco.

You Can Now Take an Online Course to Learn How to Build a Flying or Self-Driving Car

The courses are designed for people with minimal coding experience.

Nextgov Computer scientist Vint Cerf

Vint Cerf's Think Tank: Internet Rulemaking Is Going to Get More Complicated

The nonprofit recommends governments work with each other—and the rest of society—to craft internet regulations.


Change these IOS 11 Settings Immediately

An updated operating system gives users more choices.

Nextgov The U.S. Office of Personnel Management is photographed Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2016, in Washington.

Judge Tosses OPM Breach Lawsuits, Plaintiffs Appeal

Breached employees can’t show they were actually damaged, the federal judge said.


Symantec CEO: Get Commercial Software Off National Security Systems

The anti-virus exec praised U.S. officials who booted Kaspersky off government systems but stopped short of directly criticizing his competitor.