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Clinton speaks in 2011 at a State Department event.

Clinton Mum on Email Controversy, Hits Republicans Instead

The soon-to-be presidential candidate stayed on message in her Tuesday night address at an EMILY's List event.

How the State Department Is Defending Hillary Clinton's Personal Email Use

The former department chief is largely letting her former colleagues handle the controversy.

Rollout of New CIO Powers Could be 'Uneven,' DOJ CIO Says

At a recent conference, Justice Department Chief Information Officer Joe Klimavicz said some agencies will be quicker to enact the federal IT reform.

White House: Don’t Ask Us About Hillary Clinton’s Email Use

Josh Earnest said Tuesday that it’s up to the State Department to handle how its employees use email correspondence to conduct official work.

Feds Say They Finally Have a Database of Every Cyber Job in Government

Federal cyberwarriors hail from more than 100 different job categories scattered across agencies.

Why Big Data Gets a Bad Rap in Government

Believe it or not, big data is not all fire and brimstone, surveillance and mass spying.

Then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton working aboard a C-17 aircraft bound for Libya in 2011.

Hillary Clinton Not Alone in Using Private Emails to Govern

Government Executive survey shows a third of high-level executives see it done.

Hillary Clinton checks her phone during a United Nations session in 2012.

Hillary Clinton Used Private Email While at State

Former Secretary of State didn't use state.gov account to conduct official business during her tenure at Foggy Bottom.

6 Biggest Blunders in Government's Annual Cyber Report Card

The White House has released its yearly assessment of agency compliance with the governmentwide cyber laws.

Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson met with state and local law enforcement and emergency responders last week to discuss the potential shutdown.

Funding Impasse Is Already Disrupting DHS Operations

Plans for new technologies and equipment remain up in the air.