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Federal Customer Experience 'Downright Bleak'

Six federal agencies earned an average of “very poor." scored the lowest.

Why Big Data Needs ‘Dummy Data’

Instead of original data, a structurally similar but obscured version of the data, or “dummy data”, is used for development and testing environments.

Telework on Trial? House Committees to Probe Patent Office Telework Fraud

The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee and the House Judiciary Committee team up for a joint hearing next week.

A specialist holds a hard drive seized during the Gulf War, at the Defense Computer Forensics Laboratory, Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2014, in Linthicum, Md. The DCFL is ground zero in the nation’s fight against cybercrime.

Why Veterans Make Good Cyberwarriors

Putting returning warfighters back to work as cyberdefenders makes sense, advocates say.

Are Federal Employees the Bull in the China Shop When it Comes to Cybersecurity?

Employee-triggered cyberincidents stem from a variety of security and policy breakdowns.

Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., is the presumptive incoming chairman of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs panel.

Sen. Johnson Speaks on Aligning Public-Private Sector Pay, Keeping Hearings Polite

Likely Homeland Security panel priorities also include securing border, cyber safety, regulatory rollback.

Letter carrier Kevin Pownall delivers mail in Philadelphia.

Postal Employees, You've Been Hacked. What Now?

The FBI and DHS are still investigating an intrusion into USPS personnel systems.

In Case of Emergency, the UN Wants You to Tweet This

A new U.N. report aims to set out best practices for using hashtags during emergencies.

President Barack Obama uses his BlackBerry device as he walks at Sidwell Friends school in Bethesda, Md.

BlackBerry Says It’s Staging a Comeback - But Nobody Told the Feds

The company has installed a new leadership team, slashed operating expenses by $2 billion and is still making “awesome” devices, new COO says.

The ISS, with the European automated transfer vehicle Georges Lemaître docked, in October 2014.

A Little Ship Just Saved the International Space Station

Meet the Georges Lemaître, which helped the orbiting laboratory—currently home to six humans—to avoid a potentially disastrous collision with space junk.