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Occupy Wall Street plus Anonymous may equal city computer outages

In 2012, hacktivists and offline activists could unite to attack critical infrastructure systems, according to researchers at security firms.

Open government: A new window on the world

More than 40 nations have joined a partnership to promote transparency; what that means depends on where you live.

VA structured $133 million security contract to favor incumbent, IG says

Lower risk of selecting a company familiar with the department's practices did not justify the higher price tag, watchdog says.

Looking for friends in all the right places: VA expands Facebook presence

Veterans Affairs is ramping up its social media savvy to reach more vets and their families.

Interior highlights moves on renewable energy

Solar and wind projects on public lands are ahead of schedule, officials say.

Winter Woes

Proposals to extend the pay freeze could make it even harder to compete with the private sector for talent.

Only half of dot-gov sites are active, GSA reports

Fewer than half of the surveyed agencies have developed an agencywide Web strategy and most say they manage their websites in a highly decentralized way.

Odds of hacker 'shenanigans' during the primaries are high

Forget electronic voting machines; there are other ways to manipulate ballots, security analysts and former hackers say.

Defense bill seeks new submarine cost assessment

The provision adapts an earlier demand in the House-passed version of 2012 defense authorization legislation.

Oracle manager fired after criticizing USAjobs

Adam Davidson lost his job for comments made to The Washington Post .

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