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More Federal Employees Are Teleworking More Often

The uptick is slight but steady, survey of feds shows.

A child, center, stands underneath a signboard reading 'Police order quarantined home unauthorised should keep off' as a family home is placed under quarantine due to the Ebola virus in Port Loko, Sierra Leone.

Geospatial Agency Goes Unclassified for Ebola Effort

The online Ebola tools the agency is offering NGOs provide much more dynamic capabilities than those previously deployed by the agency.

A Secret Service police officer keeps an eye on visitors on the sidewalk in front of the White House in Washington.

10 Crazy Devices the Secret Service Could Use to Put the Kibosh on Fence Jumping

Terminator-like "RoBo," modeled after first dog Bo, should replace human agents.

VA: Hackers Never Siphoned Data Out of Our Systems

Veterans Affairs experiences 55,000 malware attacks a day, agency official says.

Congress Wants to Probe the Internet of Things. Here’s What It Should Focus On

A bipartisan contingent of senators have requested a “general oversight” hearing on the Internet of Things by year’s end.

Can the U.S. Government Get Its DATA Act Together?

The full promise of the DATA Act won’t be realized anytime soon. But that’s not necessarily a bad thing.

VA Introduces 'Google-like' Medical Record Search Functions

The new user interface includes patient “newsfeed."

IRS Agrees It Wastes Money on Software -- But Not That Much

Agency CTO disputes IG findings but agrees to manage licenses better.

The Number of Industries Getting Classified Cyberthreat Tips from DHS Has Doubled Since July

The banking, chemical, water, information technology and transportation sectors all recently joined.

Mobile Devices Will Transform How Government Fieldwork Gets Done

IPads and iPhones can do more than make field workers more efficient in creating reports and reducing paperwork.