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OPM’s Troubled IT Upgrade Project on Track to Get Millions More in Funding

A new watchdog report finds funding for the project remains an issue in part because of poor planning by the agency.

Homeland Security Wants Its Own Contract Vehicle for Agile Services

DHS is considering making its own agencywide contract, like GSA’s Agile BPA.

 Carter examines an unmanned aerial vehicle during a visit to the Naval Undersea Warfare Center Newport on Wednesday.

Carter to Engineers: Give 'New Capabilities to Old Platforms'

At a Navy R&D lab, the defense secretary reveals a deeply layered concept of 'innovation' — and a geek's love for tech

Pentagon Is Building Massive Hub of Insider Threat Data

Some civil liberties advocates say the system could create a culture of mutual suspicion that silences whistle-blowers.

NASA Is Trying to Figure Out Why its New Inflatable Space House Won't Expand

The space agency has put on hold the scheduled deployment of a new module on the International Space Station after it failed to expand.

House Oversight Committee member Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C.

Congressman: Why Is The White House Exempt from Federal Cyber Rules?

The Executive Office of the President hasn’t submitted a FISMA audit since 2009.

Senate Committee Advances Measure Letting Agencies Crack Down on Personal Email

The bill allows agency heads to bypass federal rules requiring them to consult with unions about workplace matters in order to block access to certain websites.