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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.

Navy Will Get Its Microsoft Cloud Email from Dell in $2.1M Deal

The Navy sees hundreds of millions of dollars in savings over the Next Generation Enterprise Network.

Facebook to Feds: Stop Impersonating Our Users

The social network accused the DEA of threatening "the integrity of our community" by pretending to be a New York woman on the site.

Corrupted Ads Hijack Viewers of Popular YouTube Music Video

"Ransomware" hosted on a hacked Polish site then tries to hold the user’s computer hostage.

Obama Orders Two-Step IDs to Combat Credit Card Hacks

The executive order also requires agencies to switch to multifactor authentication to access sites that store citizens' personal information.

A healthcare worker dons protective gear before entering into an Ebola treatment centre in the west of Freetown, Sierra Leone.

Ebola Vaccine Development Probably Too Late to Deal with Current Crisis

A major drug firm says it will take until 2016 to ramp up production.