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These drones can see where you put your sunscreen.

Yes, Sunbathers, That's a Government-Commissioned Drone Above You

Small Coast Guard robot planes would be deployed for public-safety missions.

US Needs a New Robotics Agency or the Machine Overlords Will Win … Or Something

Much is lost in the current patchwork approach, Ryan Calo argues.

Robert Cardillo accepting the NGA colors from Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence Michael Vickers.

With Technology and Transparency on its Side, NGA Ready for Its Day in the Sun

The agency has taken a lead role in the intelligence community’s technology integration plan and spearheaded big data efforts.

Is This the Year Cybersecurity Awareness Sinks In?

As October marks Cybersecurity Awareness Month, Nextgov will explore the various facets of the cyberthreat.

A reflection of the Department of Homeland Security logo in the eyeglasses of a cybersecurity analyst at the watch and warning center of the Department of Homeland Security's secretive cyber defense facility in Idaho Falls, Idaho.

DHS No Longer Needs Permission Slips to Monitor Other Agencies' Networks for Vulnerabilities

New rules published by the Office of Management and Budget require agencies to agree to proactive scanning.

NASA Explains How Climate Change Is Like the Flu

Like some of us mere mortals, Earth has a “fever.”

One of the control rooms at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md.

NASA Awards Flurry of Contracts for IT Services Under SEWP V

The winning vendors reveals a who’s-who of IT defense contractors.

An MSF (Medecins Sans Frontieres) nurse gets prepared with Personal Protection Equipment before entering a high risk zone of MSF's Ebola isolation and treatment centre in Monrovia, Liberia.

Here’s How the Incoming USAID Tech Guru Plans to Fight Ebola

Ruggedized tablets, belt-worn printers and a high-tech alternative to stifling protective suits among the ideas.

VanRoekel’s Successor: Why the Next Federal CIO Could be a Familiar Face

The search to fill the latest vacancy left by former Federal Chief Information Officer Steven VanRoekel probably won’t end in Silicon Valley, experts say.

Video game fans try out the new Xbox game console at Xbox One Official Launch Celebration at Milk Studios, on Thursday, November, 21, 2013.

Army Network Hacked By Gamers Seeking Apache Helicopter Simulator

$100M worth of proprietary data on Xbox, Call of Duty, and other entertainment poached.