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Senate Committee Advances Measure Letting Agencies Crack Down on Personal Email

The bill allows agency heads to bypass federal rules requiring them to consult with unions about workplace matters in order to block access to certain websites.

Lawmakers: After OPM Hack, Social Security Administration Could Be Next Target

SSA’s networks show some of the same vulnerabilities as OPM’s.

This Is the Real Threat Posed By Hacked Medical Devices at the VA

Most medical device manufacturers do not have the know-how or tools to patch vulnerabilities in devices quickly.

Federal CIO Tony Scott

Federal CIO on IT Upgrade Fund: ‘The Bigger Risk is Not Doing Anything’

There is bipartisan dismay at the age of some critical IT systems that house everything from taxpayer data to benefits claims.

Here Are 10 of the Oldest IT Systems in the Federal Government

The application programming languages undergirding some federal IT systems were new when The Andy Griffith Show premiered.

The Postal Service Wants to Start Using Blockchain Technology

Banks are using blockchain tech to revamp financial services. and now USPS wants in.

The Nightmare Stealth Bike from LSA Autonomy

The Military’s New Stealth Motorbikes Are Coming

These motorcycles of the future are turning heads at special operations conference in Florida.

FILE - In this May 17, 2016 file photo, House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, speaks on Capitol Hill in Washington.

‘Ticking Time Bomb?’ Congress Probes Obsolete Federal Tech

Some of the oldest systems in government are more than 50 years old. Spending on system replacements or new tech development has declined by billions in recent years.

Visitors view Half Dome from Glacier Point at Yosemite National Park, Calif.

Official: Transition to New Recreation.gov Could Be ‘Risky’

As a 10-year contract winds down, USDA and Interior are gearing up for a new version of the online booking portal.

Defense Secretary Ash Carter

Lawmakers Want Off-the-Clock ‘Cyber Protection’ for Some Pentagon Personnel

The Defense secretary would be authorized to identify high-risk positions and provide training and assistance.