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VA to issue new directive on employees’ responsibility for data

Class action lawsuit results in order blocking another security directive, including requirement to review agency laptops.

Experts cautiously embrace adoption of wireless ID tags

Use of such technology has reduced government defense costs by millions, one expert says.

GAO, Navy add to growing list of federal data breaches

Rash of breaches prompts OMB to release new checklist of information security safeguards.

White House seeks $160 million in response to VA data breach

OMB would offset up to $30 million from within VA accounts; Democrats concerned this could detract from veterans' benefits.

Agencies lag in preparedness for upgraded Internet

Survey shows that IT managers viewed security as the most important benefit of the next-generation Internet.

Senate vote blocks funding for Defense Travel System

Pentagon's long-awaited departmentwide electronic booking system is once again on the chopping block.

Law enforcers want help from social networking sites

Justice Department weighs mandating that Internet service providers retain data for defined period.

House panel OKs office to compensate vets for ID theft

Office would process claims of veterans who might have their identities stolen as a result of data breach last month.

VA official defends memos restricting IT centralization

Department’s general counsel says he was limited to interpreting the current law and could not make a policy decision.

Bid to block funds for Defense Travel System fails

The Pentagon's end-to-end booking system escaped a House member’s attempt to shut it down, but a Senate vote looms.