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GAO Plans OPM, FedRAMP Audits in 2017

The office also plans to review how well CDC and NIH are protecting health information.

White House Lays Out Digital Tools for Presidential Transition

Obama commits to social media sharing finale before January departure.

Defense Secretary Ash Carter meets with Eric Schmidt, executive chairman of Google parent company Alphabet and new chairman of the first DoD Innovation Advisory Board.

Tech Heavyweights Talk Pentagon Into Getting a Chief Innovation Officer

It's one of several recommendations the defense secretary is implementing.

A photo illustration of the Cyber Squadron Initiative program Oct. 28, 2016.

Judge: U.S. Army Must Let Palantir Compete to Build Combat Data System

The much-maligned DCGS-A combat data system program is put on hold, thanks to a Silicon Valley company's lawsuit.

Task Force Urges Loosening Reins on Hacking Victims to Fight Back

The report promotes "active defense" measures including locking up a hacker’s network until stolen information is returned.

NATO's Secret Weapon: Videochat

The organization thinks videoconferencing technology could bridge cultural gaps.

New Rule Takes Handcuffs Off Ethical Hackers

White hat hackers can now search for software vulnerabilities without fear of violating copyright law.

A U.S. Marine pilot uses a tablet during an urban close air support exercise in Yodaville, Ariz., Sept. 30, 2016.

Here’s How the Pentagon Wants to Use Social Media On the Battlefield

Artificial intelligence will weave open-source and satellite data into useful intelligence in real time, the Pentagon’s No. 2 says.

Agencies Try a Tool That Digs Up What Google Doesn't

Parts of the government are using a deep web search engine that teaches itself to return better search results.

A U.S. Soldier assigned to 1st Battalion, 12th Cavalry Regiment, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division, carries a Javelin shoulder-fired anti-tank missile during Decisive Action Rotation 17-01 at the National Training Center in Fort Irwin, Calif.,

The Marines Want Mini-Missiles That Hunt for Specific Radio Signals

Signals-intelligence collection and drones are coming together in new packages for forward-deployed troops.

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