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Study: Government outpaces private sector on telework

The big barrier in the private sector is the bottom line, analyst says.

Auditors urge DHS to assess privacy risks in data-mining program

Project has the potential to misidentify people and mistakenly associate them with terrorism or other crimes.

GSA moves to consolidate IT infrastructure

Changes could save the agency $15 million, but may make administrators’ jobs more complex.

NASA to unveil tech contract with new name, fee structure

New contracts to launch within days; already low base fee will drop more, but will apply even to small orders.

GSA sees exodus of top officials

Departures of Senior Executive Service members higher than normal in first few months of 2007.

OMB sets security standards for Windows computers

Requirements are intended to reduce vulnerabilities and save time and money, but observers caution they aren’t a cure-all.

DHS boosts power of chief information officer

Critics say the move is long overdue and doesn't go far enough.

Homeland Security secretary highlights importance of technology

Work is almost complete on a common e-mail operation within the department.

HUD leads way in massive IT consolidation effort

Most of the department’s computer system infrastructure has been outsourced; costs have fallen 20 percent.

Lawmakers demand details on security grant program

Program aims to help municipalities buy and deploy communications equipment that can work across jurisdictions.