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State Says It Mistakenly Gave Itself an F on Email Security

A buggy scoring system and self-reporting mistakes are partly to blame for State earning "0" marks on email encryption, officials say.

NASA Went to Space and All Humans Got Was This Acne Treatment

How astronaut technology has found its way into drugstores and hospitals.

Federal IT Spending Could Spike in 2016

The Department of Health and Human Services' IT spending may be the main driver, a new forecast suggests.

GAO: IRS May Be Putting Taxpayer Info At Risk

The annual report, issued each year during tax season, has uncovered security flaws for the past several years.

Office of Management and Budget Director Shaun Donovan

Lawmakers Skeptical of Digital Service Funding Boost

Some House Republicans appeared to balk at the price tag for scaling up the Digital Service’s White House headquarters.

TSA Gave Expedited Screening to Former Domestic Terror Group Member

A supervisor overruled an alert officer who recognized the felon and raised concerns.

From the web to apps to drones.

Amazon Gets Approval for Experimental Drones

The FAA just granted limited approval for Amazon to test drones for research and development.

The White House's new IT Director, David Recordon

Obama Shakes Up IT Leadership; Names New Director of White House IT

The Obama administration has tasked a former Facebook engineer with helping modernize White House technology.

New Dashboard Tracks Which Federal Sites You're On, And How You Got There

The U.S. Digital Service, 18F and GSA's Digital Analytics team launched the site Thursday.

NOAA: The First Two Months of 2015 are Already the Warmest on Record

As was the case for much of last year, the eastern US was the only very cold spot on the planet this winter, with many more areas of abnormal warmth.