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Tangled Up in FOIA Requests, Agencies Turn to Technology

Think user experience to simplify back-end processes.

The Department of Veterans Affairs in Phoenix.

VA CIO: Scheduling System Software Will Be Fielded by 2017, Not 2020

The department says a chart depicting a full rollout not until 2020 was outdated and it's committed to a two-year rollout.

Government, the Last Great Technology Skeptic

Aversion to technology remains an issue in all branches of government.

Does the Intelligence Community Really Get Hadoop?

Intelligence experts say the government needs to hire more data scientists to keep up with the big-data savvy private sector.

NOAA's GOES-R Advanced Baseline Imager (ABI) instrument arrives at Lockheed Martin’s Littleton, Colorado facility.

NOAA Taps New Head for Satellite Programs

Chief among new NOAA satellite guru’s priorities will be overseeing two new programs worth a collective $20 billion

Chicago Bear quarterback Jay Cutler throws a pass during the team's game Sunday against the Green Bay Packers.

FCC Unanimously Strikes Down NFL Blackout Rule

Commissioner calls the ruling a "victory for fans."

The Defense Industry Is Expanding the Use of 3D Printing

The Navy is still several years away from being able to print spare parts for ships and airplanes, but ‘that day will surely come.’ By Marcus Weisgerber

In this March 30, 2012 photo, Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents take a suspect into custody.

Hush-hush Data Firm Palantir Snags ICE Case-Tracking Deal

The deal is part of an $818 million program to replace a 1980s-era watch-list system.

A wheelchair sits outside the Atlanta VA Medical Center.

No New VA Patient Schedule System Until 2020 (UPDATED)

VA aims to roll out new software to first 300 users in 2016.