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Gene Dodaro, comptroller general of the Government Accountability Office, testifies before the Senate Banking Committee Wednesday, Feb. 4, 2009.

GAO's High-Risk List Adds IT Acquisition and Veteran Health Care

Multiple Capitol Hill sources confirmed to Nextgov that IT acquisition and operations and veteran health care are now included.

United States Military Academy cadets watch data on computers at the Cyber Research Center at the United States Military Academy in West Point, N.Y., Wednesday, April 9, 2014. The West Point cadets are fending off cyber attacks this week as part of an exe

Need a Job? Cyber Command Is Halfway Full

The Pentagon is at the midway point of staffing a projected 6,000-person Cyber Command.

What Kind of Federal CIO Will Tony Scott Be?

Tony Scott officially takes the reins of the Obama administration’s $84 billion IT budget next week.

White House Picks VMware’s Tony Scott to be the Next Federal CIO

The White House is naming Tony Scott, the chief information officer at technology firm VMware, the new U.S. CIO.

The Anthem logo hangs at the health insurer's corporate headquarters in Indianapolis.

Exclusive: OPM Monitoring Anthem Hack; Feds Might Be Affected

The Office of Personnel Management is keeping a close eye on details emerging about a hack at the second biggest U.S. health insurer, Anthem Inc.

The Navy Has Built a Fire Extinguisher That Walks

A new robot firefighter can see through smoke and carry a hose on its own.

DJ Patil, formerly of Salesforce subsidiary RelateIQ and LinkedIn.

Hiring a Chief Data Scientist, White House Points to Big Data Progress

The Obama administration has lured another top digital technologist away from Silicon Valley.

What's Under the Hood of GSA's $100M Cloud Contract

Don’t worry: Aquilent says it won’t be a cloud broker in name only.

Army Sgt. 1st Class Michael Deblock, Vermont Army National Guard Computer Network Defense Team, left, discusses new ways to make the exercise more challenging for cyber defenders with a fellow Red Cell team member during the 2014 Cyber Shield exercise.

Pentagon Proposes At Least $27M to Grow Ranks of Cyber Forces

The military services each want to bring on board an additional 20 to 60 computer security whizzes starting next fall.

Calling Agile Contractors: Come Show and Tell for 18F

Officials at the General Services Administration and 18F are now sending a message to the traditional contracting industry: We need your help, too.