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Federal officials urge industry to better protect IT systems

Commerce technology official says he believes businesses are "profoundly motivated" to make sure they address problems.

Commission issues guidebook on data security

Federal Trade Commission stands ready to help agencies craft security plans that meet their needs, chairwoman says.

Lawmaker unhappy with Homeland Security research agency

Rep. David Wu, D-Ore., says he is concerned about the lack of a plan or risk assessment to help prioritize projects.

GSA acquisition chief may face steep learning curve

Critics say Molly Wilkinson lacks the necessary experience to succeed as the chief acquisition officer.

House panel raises new allegations against GSA chief

Oversight and Government Reform Committee chairman says probe has uncovered evidence of improper political and contracting activity.

Intelligence chief establishes information-sharing panel

“Much work” is left in this area, despite success meeting some key targets, intelligence director says.

Report finds little progress processing FOIA requests

Justice Department contests findings, arguing it may take a while before improvements spurred by 2005 executive order are realized.

Senator says Bush’s involvement key to immigration reform

Vermont senator would like to move on to other measures, including one to create a national standard for data security.

Panelists struggle to find answers to cyber threats

DHS official doesn’t rule out having his department someday bestow the equivalent of the "Good Housekeeping seal of approval" on systems that meet certain criteria.

Science agency chastised for its spending priorities

Cybersecurity doesn’t make list of National Science Foundation priorities.