Inspector general locates 50 vulnerabilities on nine computer servers.
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Greatest improvements come in e-government initiatives.
Under $47,500 contract, managers will get training in operating under a program designed to increase work away from the office.
Faster action could have helped resolve the BlackBerry patent dispute before it threatened to disrupt service, House committee leader says.
The Defense Information Systems Agency is giving certain employees more chances to work from home, in anticipation of headquarters relocation.
The “next-generation” technology is capable of looking through 40 million government-related documents, agency says.
Maker of popular communications device argues that a shutdown would impair the government’s use.
The Government Accountability Office found that the system doesn’t always properly display flight and airfare information.
BRAC process balanced “precipitous action and counterproductive procrastination,” chairman of the 2005 panel says.
Seven Defense Department programs are finalists for honors from industry group.