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What Do DISA’s New Cloud Security Requirements Mean for Classified Information?

The Defense Information Systems Agency released updated cloud security requirements this week, simplifying the “impact levels” that classify information sensitivity.

"We would have never known about this had it not been for the FISA program and our ability to collect information on people who pose an imminent threat," Boehner said Thursday.

Boehner: Surveillance Law Thwarted Capitol Bomb Plot

Key provisions of the post-9/11 Patriot Act are set to expire in June.

White House to Disclose New Changes to NSA Spying

The intelligence community will release more information about post-Snowden changes to its surveillance programs by the end of the month.

GSA Administrator Dan Tangherlini

Dan Tangherlini’s Tech Legacy

The outgoing head of the General Services Administration was directly responsible for the wealth of next-generation digital talent that now roams the agency's halls.

CIA Director Brennan knew of the agency's access of the dedicated, walled-off network but he and his agents did not act beyond the bounds of an agreement formed between the agency and the Senate, review finds.

CIA Review Board Clears Spy Agency of Wrongdoing in Senate Hack

The new report contradicts earlier statements from the agency.

IBM's “Watson” computer in Yorktown Heights, N.Y.

A Closer Look at How IBM’s Watson Could Transform Veteran Health Care

VA’s experiment with IBM’s Watson computer represents a chance for some groundbreaking efforts in health care.

Beth Cobert, Deputy Director of Management, Office of Management and Budget.

Get Ready to Hear More About the Low-Profile US Digital Service

Thanks to an infusion of new funding from Congress, the U.S. Digital Service is ready to scale up. These are the projects the team of innovators plan to tackle first.

Obama’s Cybersecurity Plan, Explained

Despite claims, could the White House initiative have stopped the Sony hack?

Agencies, Want a New Website? Talk to GSA

The General Services Administration is now in charge of a 4-year-old effort to streamline thousands of extraneous federal websites.

NASA Just Sent Its Astronauts Some Weird Stuff

Flatworms, Salmonella, mustard and IMAX cameras—what, exactly, is the space agency doing?