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Booz Allen Hamilton Wins $621 Million DHS Cyber Contract

The six-year project will expand the continuous diagnostics and mitigation services DHS provides to other agencies.

GAO: GSA Hasn’t Been Smart About Smart Buildings Program

Smart building technologies might pay for themselves in cost savings but the government’s landlord hasn’t been able to make the case.

GSA Adds 31 Small Businesses to OASIS

The larger pool will increase competition and drive down costs, the agency said.

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein speaks before a House Committee on the Judiciary oversight hearing on Capitol Hill, Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2017 in Washington.

Rosenstein's ‘Responsible Encryption’ Proposal is Nonsensical, Privacy Expert Says

Companies could build backdoor access into products, but it leaves users vulnerable.

Rep. Lamar Smith, R-Texas

House Science Threatens Subpoena for Kaspersky Documents

DHS won’t provide information about a government ban on the Russian antivirus until litigation with the company is complete.

How to Spot the Angry Citizens in a Troll Storm

When mean tweets start pouring in, federal social media managers need to be able to tell the difference.

Visitors sit in a meadow at Yosemite National Park, Calif., below Yosemite Falls.

Citizen Satisfaction With Government Reaches 11-Year High

Citizen satisfaction jumped 2.5 percent in 2017 with federal agencies, according to the American Customer Satisfaction Index.

How Fake Data Can Help the Pentagon Track Rogue Weapons

The Air Force Research Laboratory bought software that trains machine-learning tools to spot groups amassing biological, nuclear and chemical weapons.

DHS Beats Government Privacy Average

The department hasn’t vetted all its systems for privacy, though.

Citizens Aren’t the Only Ones Who Expect Good User Experiences

For some agencies, citizens are not their customers.