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Workers clear newly-fallen snow from a street, Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2014, in Trenton, N.J.

The U.S. Government's Amazingly Wrong Forecast for This Winter

It predicted "above-normal" temperatures. Oops.

People clear snow after a storm in Baltimore Thursday, Feb. 13, 2014.

More Snow Days No Longer Means Less Work for Feds

Dramatic growth in telework keeps federal employees are on the job even when they’re out of the office.

OMB Cites Progress On Agency Performance Goals

New management priorities are expected in President Obama’s fiscal 2015 budget next month.

Uncle Sam Is Helping Illegal Pot Producers Destroy California's Water Supply

The paradoxical status of marijuana in the U.S. means growers enjoy unregulated use of water, and the resulting easy profits have helped attract operations that are increasingly industrial in scale.

Military personnel walk past an entrance to the Washington Navy Yard Thursday, Sept. 19, 2013.

House Panel Faults Local Police Departments, Contractor in Navy Yard Shooting

Two reports blame localities and U.S. Investigations Services for failing to properly vet Aaron Alexis.

DARPA Thinks the Future of Surveillance Looks Like Siri

In a live webcast with Defense One, DARPA’s innovation leader says we don't have to make a choice between privacy and security. By Patrick Tucker

Study Shows Agency Management Challenges Haven’t Changed

Information technology security tops list of concerns across government, consultant says.

Where Obamacare Is and Isn't Working and Why

The single greatest predictor for where the healthcare law's exchanges are successful? Which party controls the state government.

“GSA and the Department of Defense will continue to engage stakeholders to develop a repeatable process to address cyber risks in the development, acquisition, sustainment, and disposal lifecycles for all federal procurements,” Dan Tangherlini said.

Pentagon Joins With GSA to Improve Cybersecurity in Acquisitions

Recommendations are aimed at strengthening the system’s resilience against attacks.

Navy Official Could Be New NSA Chief

News reports say Vice Adm. Mike Rogers, currently head of the Navy's cyber command, is a leading candidate to replace outgoing Gen. Keith Alexander.