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Building a Robot in Your Garage? You Could Get a DARPA Contract in Less Than a Month

DARPA's new Robotics Fast Track effort aims to reduce the proposal-to-contract turnaround time to less than a month.

A bird hangs out in Lafayette Park, Washington, DC.

Congressman Wants Federal Buildings Outfitted with Bird-Friendly Features

The Federal Bird-Safe Buildings Act aims to reduce the number of birth deaths resulting from birds flying into federal buildings.

The Army Is In Talks with ‘Cyber Effects’ Vendors

A new market survey aimed at identifying suppliers is the third Defense Department document issued over the past month that points out a need to be able to execute "cyber effects.”

FITARA Guidelines Garner Little Feedback on GitHub -- So Far

So far, the buttoned-up federal IT industry appears more willing to share its thoughts on the Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act the old-fashioned way -- by email.

Metadata is the Missing Ingredient in Agencies’ Move to Electronic Record Keeping, Watchdog Says

Guidance for automatically transferring permanent records to the National Archives and Records Administration lacks metadata requirements. That could make parsing through electronic records difficult.

And at only $349, buying one is truly an act of affordable care.

Jeb Bush Thinks the Apple Watch Can Help Replace Obamacare

And he's not the only prominent Republican wearing the Apple Watch these days.

Mitch McConnell speaks to reporters on Capitol Hill in March.

McConnell Introduces Short-Term Reauthorization of Patriot Act

The majority leader’s new legislation would extend NSA mass spying only until July 31.

DARPA Asks Teens What A Robot Future Looks Like

The agency has selected five winners from its high school film contest; their 5-minute videos offer visions of the social impact of robots.

Cyber Pay Equals Out at $112,000 in Government and Industry, Survey Says

Higher pay typically is not the deal breaker when information security professionals pass over military jobs for private sector positions.

Acting Social Security Administration Commissioner Carolyn Colvin.

Social Security’s Acting Chief Pushes Long-Term Vision

“We recognize that changes will be necessary,” Carolyn Colvin says.