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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House OKs Bill to Promote ‘Exascale’ Supercomputing


The bill would require the Energy Department to research supercomputing technology, especially for reducing power consumption.

Pentagon Kills $475M Cyber Contract


The solicitation would have outsourced support for cyberspying and network attacks against foreigners, as well as the defense of military networks.


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Watch the Energy Secretary Test Drive a 3-D-Printed Car

Ernest Moniz got behind the wheel of a 3-D printed Shelby Cobra.


Bolstering CX in Government Makes 'Fundamental Business Sense'

The government has nowhere to go but up in terms of providing customer service on par with top private sector organizations.


SBA Wants To Know How Big Data Affects Small Business

It's common for large businesses to make data-driven decisions, according to the Small Business Administration. But can small businesses do the same?

Nextgov Demonstrators rally at the U.S. Capitol to protest spying on Americans by the National Security Agency.

What Would Happen if Patriot Act Section 215 Expires

Edward Snowden’s leaks revealed that NSA was interpreting the law to vacuum up millions of U.S. call records every day.

Nextgov Federal Communications Commisison (FCC) Chairman Tom Wheeler

FCC Prepares to Become the Internet's Privacy Cop

Internet providers will soon face new rules on how they can handle customer information.


Obama Admin: Senate Needs to Pass NSA Reform Now to Avoid National Security 'Uncertainty'

With the House out for Memorial Day, it’s up to the Senate to handle the coming expiration of key provisions of the Patriot Act.


Hackers Scavenge CareFirst and Manipulate the Federal Reserve

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

Protestors rally against NSA surveillance in 2013.

What Happens if Patriot Act Section 215 Expires?

The Snowden leaks revealed that the NSA was interpreting the law to vacuum up millions of U.S. call records every day.


Inside the USAJobs Revamp and Other Digital Summit Highlights

Successful programs tended to come at problems from a user-centric point of view.

Nextgov Former U.S. National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden, who is in Moscow, is seen on a giant screen during a live video conference for an interview with Amnesty International.

Edward Snowden: Rand Paul's 'Filibuster' Is a 'Sea Change'

The ex-spy answered Reddit users' questions about NSA reform Thursday.