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What's Brewin': Beware of Zombies

Zombie computers infected with rogue software emanating from China, to be exact.

HR specialists note generation gap in telework acceptance

Despite slower adoption among older managers, it’s a powerful recruitment and retention incentive, conference participants say.

Quiet end to technology agency lamented

Since the 1980s, the Technology Administration has served as one-stop shopping for tech companies dealing with federal agencies on competitiveness issues.

Technology agency's leader resigns, agency to close

Move follows efforts in recent years -- both on Capitol Hill and in the Bush administration -- to eliminate the Technology Administration.

Post-Katrina tech funds prove difficult to track

Spreadsheets show millions of dollars in spending on tech-related products and services, including for software and telecommunications, but the data is not always recent.

Procurement agency to take telework lead

Goal is to get half of all eligible GSA employees working outside the office once or twice a week within three years.

White House shifting to Internet-based communications

First phase of switch to IP standard appears to be for a mobile package to support the president during his travels.

NASA researchers balk at background checks

Scientists argue that agencies are violating civil liberties in enforcing a presidential directive that requires background checks of federal workers and contractors.

Lawmakers back energy-friendly light bulbs at federal facilities

Amendment to House version of appropriations bill would prohibit the purchase of inefficient bulbs.

Defense launches broad-based RFID procurement

Companies concerned about value, requirements of $75 million contract.