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Embassies Get Phone System Upgrades Thanks to New $275M Contract

The task order will provide secure communications to more than 30 diplomatic posts.

"Why recruit for cyber on the basis of college degrees and the like when, in fact, what we really care about are skills that don't really correlate with that?" Richard Danzig asked.

Evaluate Aspiring Cyberwarriors Using Gaming, Not Grades

Former Navy Secretary wonders why federal recruitment focuses on formal education, when computer security positions require on-the-job learning.

NOAA Moves a Step Closer to More Accurate Weather Forecasts

The magnetometer is the fifth main instrument to fly aboard the first Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite.

Rep. Eliot Engel, D-N.Y.

One Lawmaker’s Crusade to Green the Federal Fleet

A New York congressman has been fighting for years to prevent agencies from buying cars that run on regular gasoline.

The National Security Agency's Utah Data Center in Bluffdale, Utah

Religious Group Demands NSA Documents in Ethnic-Slur Probe

A new FOIA request is just the latest fallout of the Snowden leaks.

Snowden: NSA Employees Are Passing Around Nude Photos

“Regardless of what happens, if I end up in chains in Guantanamo, I can live with that,” the 31-year-old former NSA contractor said.

How Cyber Scary Is It Outside Today?

Nextgov's new iPhone app measures threat levels for every sector and dissects daily hacks.

OPM Helps Managers Visualize Personnel Data

Tool aims to help leaders boost employee engagement, OPM says.

Three Trends That Will Revolutionize Federal IT

This new ecosystem allows agencies to experiment and adapt at a low cost.

Government’s Biggest Failures, 2001-2014

A scholar looks at recent instances of where government has fallen short, either in oversight or operations.