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White House: Cyber Competitions Could Solve Skills Shortage

Office of Science and Technology Policy experts think contests could help the White House raise awareness about job opportunities.

Senior Airman Bryon Grimco works on a laptop in March.

Until We Reduce Cybercrime, Expect More Russian Meddling

A strong U.S. response to the DNC theft might discourage state-sponsored attacks, analysts and industry leaders say, but it won’t stop them.

GSA: ‘A Better Schedule 70’ Ahead

Much of GSA’s improvements to the largest, most widely used acquisition vehicle in government are a result of customer feedback.

An aerial view of the Commerce Department building in Washington, DC

Commerce Data Guru Announces Departure

In a post on Medium on Thursday evening, Tyrone Grandison, Commerce’s deputy chief data officer, announced his planned exit nearly exactly a year after he joined the agency.

EPA Tests Future of Public Comments

18F helped the agency build a system that lets citizens comment on specific paragraphs of proposed rules.

FBI Director James Comey testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington.

FBI Director: Time to Discuss Encryption Before 'Something Terrible Happens'

"At some point, encryption is going to figure into a major event in this country," Comey said.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton

Should Secret Service Protect Emails of Future Presidents?

Until there is some type of specific intrusion, like the alleged DNC hack, there is nothing the government specifically does to help prevent hack attacks against presidential nominees.

Professionals Across the Globe Agree: Governments Don’t Invest Enough in Cyber

And one in three thinks the cyber shortage makes their organizations more vulnerable to attack.

NASA to Contractors: Hey, Do You Have $10M Worth of Our Stuff?

​The U.S. space agency wants to make sure its government property is accurately accounted for.

Defense Secretary Ash Carter

Pentagon Officially Opens Boston DIUx with Eye on Biotech

Carter also added tech heavyweights such as Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos to the Defense Innovation Advisory Board.

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