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NASA and Microsoft Have Partnered to Make Remote Work Possible on Mars

The world's foremost space agency and one of the world's largest companies are joining forces to finally put a man on Mars.

How Crucial is a Systems Integrator? Without One, You Might Wind up with HealthCare.gov

One of the most obvious missteps cited by auditors was the lack of a lead systems integrator to oversee all of the project’s moving parts.

President Barack Obama delivers his State of the Union address.

Obama’s Best SOTU Quip Rips ‘I’m Not a Scientist’ Line

Obama’s best line of the night may have come when he addressed climate change.

A sign supporting Edward Snowden sits on a bridge in Berlin.

Snowden: France’s 'Intrusive' Surveillance Laws Failed to Stop Paris Attacks

The problem with mass surveillance is that you're burying people under too much data,” the fugitive leaker said.

GSA in the Dark about How Many Virtual Workers It Has

A new report from GSA’s inspector general found that despite keeping a purported master list of so-called virtual workers, GSA doesn't actually know the number of employees who telework on a full-time basis.

Survey: Governments’ Pledge to be ‘Open by Default’ Still Mostly a Talking Point

A newly released World Wide Web Foundation survey found more than 90 percent of the polled nations still keep reams of government data hidden from the public.

NSA's Utah Data Center in Bluffdale, Utah.

Obama Promises to Release New Report on NSA Spying in State of the Union

Report will look at how the government is balancing security with privacy concerns.

New Website, State of the Union Guest Puts Focus on Government Digital Squads

Kathy Pham, a member of the administration’s 6-month-old digital fix-it squad, the U.S. Digital Service, will attend the State of the Union address as Michelle Obama's guest.

Customs Agency Has to Keep Records for 75 Years. That’s a Lot of Tape Drives.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection is mandated to store certain records for more than 70 years.

Is the Digital Wave Creating a ‘Never-Ending Work Day’ for Feds?

While federal managers are enthusiastic about the power of digital technology in the workplace, others worry it’s actually upended a healthy sense of work-life balance.