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The Government Just Found the Funds to Give Firefighters High-Speed Internet Everywhere

The nationwide data network recommended by the 9/11 Commission will help responders talk to each other.

NSA Reform Stalls, Rand Paul Votes No

The defeat marks an abrupt setback for the post-Snowden movement to rein in U.S. spying practices.

Member of the House Committee on Veterans' Affairs, Rep. Jackie Walorski, R-Ind.

Will Veterans' Data Ever Truly Be Secure?

"Every day, industry is finding new ways that things can be exploited," VA CIO told Congress.

Postal Service Says Cyber Official Retiring

Chuck McGann was a key player in the Postal Service's response to the recent cyber intrusion.

Eddy Cue, Apple Senior Vice President of Internet Software and Services, demonstrates the new Apple Pay mobile payment system at a Whole Foods store in Cupertino, Calif.

Are Federal Agencies Ready for Apple Pay?

In 2015, mobile payments will accelerate and constituents will expect federal agencies to support these alternative payment options.

Governmentwide Login Portal Unaffected by Hack

Breached Postal Service is weeks away from activating universal passwords for citizens.

The Phoenix VA Health Care Center.

Watchdog: VA Still Not Doing Enough to Address IT Vulnerabilities

VA information security weaknesses are again in the crosshairs of the House Veterans Affairs Committee.

Obama Administration ‘Strongly Supports’ NSA Reform Bill

With a key vote on the measure looming, the White House is backing a bill to curb a phone-spying program.

Is State’s Reluctance to Disclose Hack a Double Standard?

Agency is mum on what happened, as lawmakers demand details on an internal breach.

A Smooth Second Start for

More than 100,000 people submitted applications during the first weekend of year two, but controversial comments from Jonathan Gruber and a new polling low kept things complicated for the law.