Day-long shutdown was longest of 14 recent service disruptions at Sacramento data processing center.
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Ruling in suit filed by Jet Propulsion Laboratory scientists says questionnaire is “relatively nonintrusive.”
DHS cyber security "czar" says each person must take "reasonable precautions" to protect their corner of cyberspace.
The project aims to provide interactive maps and breaking news alerts on wireless text devices, as well as a national database of community stakeholders.
Case illustrates the challenges federal technology managers and contractors face in trying to avoid fake products.
Building a system to share electronic health records isn’t as easy as it might seem.
Federal CIOs aim to steer clear of hacker attacks while scanning the horizon for tools to help employees become more efficient.
Substantial differences remain between House and Senate over language on contract negotiations and funding.
One group expresses concern that inclusion of non-law enforcement agencies and private-sector players could allow information-sharing outside the required legal process.
E-government chief denies that the new requirements are geared toward cutting anyone out of any business or requiring all agencies to convert to Microsoft operating systems.