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GAO: Optimize Data Centers or Lose Them

Progress on closing data centers is mixed and the government’s optimization efforts are worse.

Astronaut Nicole Stott participates in the STS-128 mission's first spacewalk as construction and maintenance continue on the International Space Station in 2015.

Why Women Weren't Allowed to Be Astronauts

Critics had plenty of reasons for wanting to disqualify women from spaceflight in its early stages—but none of them stuck.

Feds Skeptical About Security of Their Agencies’ Internet-Connected Devices

Major challenges prevent government from adequately securing the smart devices it relies on, including inadequate funding and a procurement process unprepared for digital-age challenges.

This Feb. 17, 2017 satellite image released by NOAA shows a powerful storm beginning to move into California.

Why NOAA's New Chief Data Officer Isn't Fazed by Potential Budget Cuts

Ed Kearns will oversee data-related projects at the Commerce agency.

Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Texas

Revamp DHS Cyber Authorities, Former Officials Urge Congress

Ex-NSA Director Keith Alexander also suggested reducing the number of DHS political appointees during a Wednesday hearing.

Three statues portraying a wounded soldier being helped, stand on the grounds of the Minneapolis VA Hospital, Monday, June 9, 2014.

Can Trump Make Veterans' Health Care Great Again?

Trump has "a chance to lead, not just in the VA but in the country, in bringing the internet to health care,” former federal CTO Aneesh Chopra says.

IARPA Leader Rethinks How to Get the Biggest Bang for Research Funds

An R&D leader is thinking of new ways to evaluate which projects need resources.

A Transportation Security Administration agent checks traveling documents of a passenger at Miami International Airport.

House Passes Bill Requiring TSA To Disclose Changes To Its Tech Investment Plan

The legislation is designed to ensure businesses "have the certainty they need to continue developing the technology that we rely on to keep us safe,” Rep. Kathleen Rice, D-N.Y., said.

Once Stealthy, Russian Hackers Now Go Toe to Toe with U.S. Defenders

Once wary of being spotted, Russian government hackers now battle with their U.S. adversaries.

Secretary of Veterans Affairs David Shulkin

VA Secretary Promises Decision on Whether to Go to Commercial Health Records

Once that decision is made, the acquisition portion of the process will come into play, and law states it must be an open, competitive process.

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