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Defense tech agency expands telework program

More than 1,400 of the Defense Information Systems Agency's 5,000 employees now qualify to work away from the office.

Privacy language urged for bill to digitize federal employee health records

Legislation would give 8 million federal workers access to free health records.

Data breaches raise more questions about computer security law

Recent rash of reported IT security problems at agencies has lawmakers considering changes to the Federal Information Security Management Act.

Panelists question future of cargo-scanning tool

Government needs screening system that can be dialed up or down depending on threat and risk level, former DHS official says.

GAO: FBI case management assets remain missing

Bureau says it has accounted for 800 of 1,200 missing pieces of equipment, but GAO could not verify the claim.

Human resources consolidation project advances

OPM signals that federal shared service providers will compete with the private sector, but details have yet to be released.

Army weighs options for scaling back combat systems upgrade

Long-term program, now valued at between $160 billion and $200 billion, is one of the service’s most expensive technological efforts.

Unmanned border flights suspended despite Bush call for more

Bush border plan calls for use of drones to detect illegal crossings, but Border Patrol hasn’t flown one along the southern border since April crash.

VA cuts telework, bans employee-owned computers

Moves by VA Secretary James Nicholson are intended to prevent security breaches.

Management structure contributed to VA data breach, observers say

With Congress investigating one of the nation’s largest data breaches, former VA officials blame a weak IT management structure.