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White House Renews Bet on the Creativity of the Crowd

On the fifth anniversary of, the White House announced nine new innovation contests, open to the public.

Why Are Federal IT Workers So Miserable?

Federal techies report being overworked, undertrained and eyeing the exits.

After USPS Phishing Hack, Audit Shows Postal Workers Still Click on Links

Aquarter of agency employees fell for a simulated email scheme, according to an internal watchdog.

CIA Social Media Team: We Use Twitter to 'Explain Our Mission'

The small team is more interested in using the platform to push out historical tidbits than having conversations with individual users.

NASA and ESA are Teaming Up to Prevent Armageddon

This will be the first real asteroid deflection test.

FirstNet Team Issues List of Cyber Concerns

The nationwide public safety broadband network should be protected against cyberattack, but "not at the expense of public safety users’ ability to use the network," the new notice says.

Census Packs Plan for 2020 Count With New Tech

On Tuesday, the bureau released its 2020 Census Operational Plan, which centers on new technological techniques and cost savings.

Senators Look to Change Federal Rules for Electronic Health Records

The measure aims to fix the system’s problems—but also make them more transparent.

Why Aren't We Learning from These Devastating Cyberattacks?

Here's why cyberthreat information sharing between the public and private sectors might make sense.

Rep. Gerald Connolly, D-Va.

Congressman: OPM Hack Data Being Used to Attempt Identity Theft

Rep. Gerry Connolly’s assessment is at odds with what leaders of the intelligence community and OPM have said.