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Court Overturns Ruling Against NSA Surveillance Program

The bulk-collection program was reined in earlier this summer when Congress passed the USA Freedom Act.

Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson

Can US Cyber Nerve Center Hold Onto Its New Leaders?

"Churn over there within DHS has been problematic," says departed official.

Defense Secretary Ash Carter

Pentagon Partners with Silicon Valley on 'Flexible Electronics'

The Defense Department plans to invest $171 million on the initiative.

Why More Agencies Tap Twitter to Recruit New Talent

Social media can be a helpful tool for federal agencies looking to recruit top talent, a new report says.

Apple Watches appear on display, Friday, April 10, 2015, in New York.

Q&A: The Future of Wearables in Government

The future for wearables in government looks bright, but only with the necessary security measures.

Why Federal CIO Tony Scott Hates the End-of-Year IT Spending Spree

"That's just a really bad way to run IT,” says one of the Obama administration's top techies.

Feds Urge Energy Companies to Ramp Up Cyber Protections

NIST wants utilities companies to keep people from gaining unauthorized access to buildings, networks, data and control systems, potentially triggering power outages.

Budgeteers Join Forces Online to Get More Bang for the Buck

How MAX Federal Community boosts cross-agency collaboration.

  Secretary of Defense Ash Carter is given a tour of the Combat Operations Division as he visits Nellis Air Force Base Aug. 25.

Carter: After Joint Chiefs Breach, Defense Needs Stronger Network Security

Pentagon chief criticizes the military’s computer cybersecurity en route to seek help from Silicon Valley.

The Reichstag in Berlin

Newspaper: German Spies Got Access to NSA Internet Surveillance Tool

The country's domestic intelligence agency promised to work closely with U.S. colleagues to gain access to a controversial piece of NSA software that enables deep surveillance of the Internet.