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Agencies strive to meet ID card deadline

Plan lacks pieces to integrate systems, details on what shared service centers for issuing cards will look like.

Democratic senators criticize administration's cybersecurity efforts

Failure to fill Cabinet-level cybersecurity post at the Homeland Security Department in a timely manner is reckless, senator says.

Report critical of administration’s info-sharing efforts

Policies need to be established to ensure officials feel that they can safely share information without negative repercussions on their careers, report says.

Infighting hurt VA data breach response, IG finds

Personal conflicts between a career official and political appointee contributed to poor handling of the incident, report says.

Wireless tracking technology interests senators

Lawmakers to launch the Radio Frequency Identification Device caucus Thursday.

The Clinger-Cohen Act, 10 Years Later: The Five Percent Solution

In part one of our four-part series on the landmark law overhauling information technology procurement, we look at whether or not the legislation has achieved its stated aims.

In pandemic, homes could become 'safe havens' for work

OPM issues guidelines for agencies on maintaining operations in the event of a flu outbreak.

Report: VA treated data breach with ‘indifference’

Employee responsible for stolen computer equipment was not authorized to take sensitive personal information home, inspector general report says.

Navy intranet chief to retire later this year

Rear Adm. James Godwin helped oversee the extension of the NMCI contract with Texas-based contractor EDS.

Two federal programs honored for innovations

Awards come with $100,000 prize, designed to help apply the programs’ creative ideas elsewhere in government.