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NASA Wants to Experiment With Drones That Can Fly in Space

The agency wants robots that can fly to places its rovers can’t reach.

Census Plans 2016 Test Run to Experiment with New Tech Tools

Census is rolling out a handful of new options in 2020 designed to upgrade the decennial headcount for the digital age.

DHS Issues a Warning About the Senate's Cyber Bill

Homeland Security said Monday that the Senate's plan would "sweep away important privacy protections."

NASA Searches for Link Between Electromagnetic Pulses and Earthquakes

Last week, NASA launched a challenge to determine whether there is a connection between electromagnetic signals and earthquakes.

Watchdog: Privacy Laws Aren't Keeping Up with Facial Recognition Technology

In a new report, GAO warns consumers that existing federal privacy laws do not expressly limit how businesses can use images of their faces.

U.S. Chief Information Officer Tony Scott testifies before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, June 25, 2015, during a hearing on Federal Cybersecurity and the

White House Details ‘Cyber Sprint’ Progress, Says Congress Needs to Lift Sequester for Security Improvements

The White House released the overdue progress report on agency cybersecurity improvements following the massive OPM hack.

Speed Up Efforts to Standardize Spending Data, Watchdog Tells Agencies

The administration is making progress on implementing the DATA Act, but needs to move faster, GAO says.

Obama appeared on The Daily Show July 21

Obama Says Customer Experience is a Big Deal. Is it?

In recent years, the White House has prioritized customer experience as a pillar for government success.

VA Deputy Secretary Sloan Gibson speaks. (AP File Photo/Matt York)

VA Embraces Virtual Care, Testing Bluetooth Hearing Aids

Gradually, more VA services will be delivered virtually, Deputy Secretary Sloan Gibson said during a recent keynote.

DOD Official to Industry: We Need Fitness Tracking Software, Not New Devices

Better tracking software could help military patients recover from injuries, Col. Deydre Teyhen said.