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Agencies' responses to data breaches vary

Government should develop guidelines to help agencies decide when to offer services such as credit monitoring after an incident, GAO says.

Agencies’ grades fall on e-gov section of OMB score card

Overall, ratings for management effectiveness are on the rise.

Report on smart tags includes security, privacy warnings

As more data is stored, organizations could combine and correlate information to infer identities or locations and build profiles of people for other purposes.

Army Specialist Matthew Pennington, 23, has his prosthetic limb examined at Walter Reed Medical Center.

Walter Reed moves to new medical tracking system

Clinicians and case workers now can quickly schedule appointments and locate documents needed to apply for benefits.

DHS: Technology gaps slowing port security efforts

Identification cards, for instance, will have to be checked by eyeballing photos until card readers are ready.

FBI's technology upgrade delayed again

The bureau has been trying to upgrade its IT architecture for years, especially to give agents an electronic case-management system.

Defense procurement chief backs interagency contracts

Top acquisition official says department is looking both inside and out to meet its acquisition needs.

Denmark, U.S. military on parallel paths to e-health

Currently, the U.S. military health information exchange can send records to VA treatment centers but cannot receive records from the VA.

VA to debut new patient tracking system

New version of Defense application will allow tracking of records from the battlefield to VA hospitals.

Agency officials say info security law falls short

The 2002 Federal Information Security Management Act fails to measure how secure agencies actually are, they say.