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Obama White House's Message to Trump on Financial Tech: Let FinTech Flourish

In a whitepaper released earlier this week, the Obama administration outlined some policy goals.

Donald Trump's First Tweets As U.S. President Are Here

Trump does not want to seem to let go of his personal account.

President Donald Trump delivers his inaugural address after being sworn in as the 45th president of the United States.

Trump Administration Highlights Offensive Cyber in First Moments

The new commander-in-chief noted offensive military cyber capabilities and using offensive cyber to disrupt ISIL

President Donald Trump talks with former President Barack Obama on Capitol Hill after Trump took the presidential oath

Trump's Digital Presidential Takeover

The official White House website now displays a photo of Trump and a quote from the president himself that reads: “The Movement Continues—The Work Begins!”

President Barack Obama signs the three-month highway funding bill, Friday, July 31, 2015, in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington.

One of Obama's Final Acts Made Presidential Innovation Fellows Program Permanent

Obama signed the law shortly before handing the White House over to President Donald Trump.

CIO Council Plans Https Default in 2017

About 70 percent of federal web domains now use https encryption.

Trump with his pick for cyber advisor, Rudy Giuliani.

The Knowns and Unknowns of Trump’s Cyber Plan

Questions surround how the new president will tackle cybersecurity.

U.S. Soldiers Will Be Armed With Machine Translators to Kill Communication Woes

Communication is critical in most professions, but in some, clear verbal exchanges can mean the difference between life and death.

Transparency Group Sues for FBI Records on Russian Hacking

The Electronic Privacy Information Center cites an “urgent public interest” in the records being released.

New Category Management Brass Coming to GSA

The Office of Information Technology Category welcomes two officials from FCC and Treasury.

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