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LaVerne Council, the assistant VA secretary for information and technology.

Should VA Scrap VistA? CIO Evaluates Future of Home-Grown Health Records System

The assessment comes amid ongoing concerns about the multiple, failed attempts to develop interoperable electronic health records between VA and DOD.

HHS Grants Official Calls Shift to Uniform Guidance a Heavy Lift

“It’s a new day in grants and data transparency,” but progress takes time, Haseltine says.

House Oversight and Government Reform Committee member Rep. Will Hurd, R-Texas

Congress to Review FITARA Scorecards Next Week

The hearing, on implementation of the 2014 Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act, is tentatively slated for Nov. 2.

Former Obama Official is Tasked With Trying To Save Fantasy Sports

Seth Harris, a former head of the Labor Department, has never played fantasy sports, but he’s the industry’s choice to police itself.

A different JLENS blimp is seen at  at the Utah Test and Training Range in 2014.

US Military Blimp Down Over Pennsylvania

The Army lost control of its 3.5-ton multi-billion-dollar air-defense JLENS for four hours on Wednesday.

NASA astronaut Piers Sellers conducts a spacewalk in 2006.

Two NASA Astronauts Embark on Their First Spacewalks

Scott Kelly and Kjell Lindgren went on their first hours-long spacewalks on Wednesday.

Census Bureau on the Hunt for New CIO

The agency posted an opening for an associate director for information technology and CIO to oversee the agency's IT portfolio.

The interior of the Capitol Dome is under construction currently.

Despite Privacy Fears, Senate Passes Cybersecurity Bill

After months of negotiation, a bill designed to step up defenses in the wake of high-profile hacks moves closer to the president’s desk.

A B-2, B-52, and B-1 fly in formation over Shreveport, La., on May 10 during the Defenders of Liberty Airshow and Open House in 2008.

Northrop Grumman to Build New Air Force Bomber

After years of internal Pentagon fighting to keep the project alive, the air service reveals a builder, but little else.

A new Apple iPhone

State Department Says iPhones Can Detect Illegal Weapons Testing

The State Department is talking to Apple scientists about new uses for the iPhone.