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Geological Agency Wants to Know if Its Social Media Strategy is Working

The agency is looking for a social media analytics service.

Library of Congress’ Latest Tech Stumble: Copyright System Down for a Week

The online system used to electronically register copyrights has been out of commission for nearly a week.

Aug. 11, 2015, at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, TSA agents are surrounded by travelers in lines that snake around the airport.

TSA's 'Airport of the Future' Includes More Biometrics and 'Intelligence-Driven' Procedures

With an influx of 1.1 billion passengers over the next two decades, TSA technology and procedures will need to change.

The Justice Department headquarters is housed in Washington D.C.'s Robert F. Kennedy Building

Justice to Require Warrants for Cell Tracking Technology

The new policy does not apply to state and local police departments that have used cell-site simulators to track criminals.

State Department Wants to Compile Cybersecurity 'Playbook'

World-class industry expertise is needed for planning tactics to block and perhaps strike back at hackers.

How Government Techies Can Usher in the Next Generation of Federal Workers

18F hopes to match agencies with employees while benefiting both.

NASA Plans to Hitch Rides on Comets – Using Harpoons and Tethers

The system may one day be used to hitchhike across the solar system.

Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald

VA Official: New, Streamlined 'Vets.gov' Coming in November

The new hub is scheduled to go live on Veterans Day -- Nov. 11 -- of this year.

Acting Director of OPM, Beth Cobert

Here’s What OPM Is Offering to Protect Hack Victims from Blackmail

Hint: It’s not $330 million worth of ID protection services.

NASA Creates New Quick 'Self-Healing' Material

Hurtling through the endless void of space in a thin aluminum can as debris zips around in every direction may have just gotten a little safer.