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IRS seeks to guide taxpayers to Internet and phone help

Plan would aim to preserve access to face-to-face consultations, but expand use of less costly services.

Agencies’ cybersecurity scores on the rise

Eight still fail annual review; lawmaker exploring ways to provide incentives for good grades.

Compatibility dictates rollout of emergency responder, port IDs

In deploying the card-check systems, the difficulty is making sure the cards and card reader can talk to each other.

Management of tax fraud detection system improves

Regular meetings with stakeholders and contractors help ensure tasks are on schedule and risks are addressed, IG finds.

Lawmakers, others urge more attention to drug review system

Much of the difficulty in conducting effective drug surveillance is the FDA budget, observers say.

Senator probes NASA software procurement

Failure to re-bid a $5.2 million contract has a high-ranking finance panel member questioning the agency's acquisition practices.

Systems to verify worker IDs set for overhaul

Employers now will be able to query one system using numbers assigned to workers on their permanent resident cards and employment authorization documents.

GSA organization, labor unions resolve differences

Union members at new Federal Acquisition Service will be protected in terms of transfers, evaluations and position descriptions; training also included.

Biggest threat to Internet could be a massive virtual blackout

This type of high-tech ambush occurs when multiple compromised systems flood the bandwidth or resources of a targeted server.

Backlog of requests for public information growing

Median response times at agencies range from less than 10 days to more than 100, auditors find.