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Report: USDA CIO Reassigned

Jonathan Alboum is one of a slew of federal CIOs who have either left their posts or been reassigned.

DHS Thinks Biometrics Can 'Improve Daily Life'

The department sole-sourced a contract to the University Of Texas at Austin's Center for Identity.

Cyber Airmen from the 24th Air Force at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas.

17-Year-Old Hacks the Air Force for the Biggest Bug Bounty

The Defense Department’s third bug bounty opened Air Force websites to international participants and they found the most vulnerabilities yet.

Another Federal CIO Leaves. Here's Who Remains.

Many CFO Act federal agencies are still being lead by acting chief information officers.

What Would Improve Data Security? 75% of Government IT Pros Say Biometrics

And nearly 90 percent say they would be more satisfied at work if their agencies invested in smart tech, according to a survey.

This Web-Building Tool is the Target of Civilian Government’s First Bug Bounty

GSA’s tech unit is paying up to $5,000 to security researchers who find exploitable flaws in its Federalist tool.

Secretary of Veterans Affairs David J. Shulkin

To Improve, VA Must Acknowledge Vets Can Go Elsewhere

Thinking of veterans as customers who could take their business elsewhere could fuel agency improvements, Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin said.

Federal Communication Commission Commissioner Ajit Pai

FCC Asks for Help Fixing Faulty Broadband Provider Data

The agency wants to correct and refine information on broadband coverage in different areas of the country.

7 Ways to Fill Cyber Workforce Gaps in a Generation

Veterans, vocational schools and loan forgiveness could all be key to building tomorrow’s cybersecurity workforce.