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Shortage of IT Security Professionals not Unique to Government

The information security workforce gap isn’t a federal government problem; it’s a worldwide problem.

House Uses Tax Day to Pass Restraints on IRS

Bills range from bans on private email use to “preventing targeting.”

Does the Federal Government Need a New $400M Cyber Campus?

The Obama administration has proposed spending more than $227 million next year for the first phase of the facility’s construction.

The US GPO's Instagram photo of agency employees working at a distribution facility.

No Filter: Government Publishing Office Now on Instagram

In its sixth foray into social media's many platforms, the Government Publishing Office has now joined Instagram.

In Fierce Battle for Cyber Talent, Even NSA Struggles to Keep Elites on Staff

The agency has leeway in bypassing the sluggish federal hiring process to onboard staff more quicker, but that’s not enough to stop some top-level technical talent from jumping ship.

Technology and Government’s Distributed Future

Connected devices are changing the way we do business, but our thinking will need to catch up to our tools.

Sen. Tom Carper, D-Del.

GAO: Billions More To Be Saved by IT Reform

GAO on Tuesday released its fifth annual assessment of federal inefficiencies highlighting IT initiatives that could be more efficient.

A ground level view of Utah's NSA Data Center in Bluffdale, Utah.

NSA’s Grand Plan to Snowden-Proof Its Data Using the Cloud

No one in the intelligence community wants to face another leak. With NSA’s widespread adoption of cloud computing, the spy agency may not have to.

Jimmy Fallon, left, and Justin Timberlake attend the SNL 40th Anniversary Special in February

The SNL Jokes That Americans Found Offensive

Three years of FCC documents reveal the recent jokes and moments that received complaints.

HHS Cracks Down on Hospitals Hoarding Patient Information

An HHS agency is trying to ensure patient information flows seamlessly between health systems.