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Government safety board recommends ban on use of electronic devices in cars

NTSB calls on states to pass tighter laws to prevent driver distractions.

Telework: One Year Later

Some agencies already are making notable progress implementing the 2010 Telework Enhancement Act.

Ten technology trends shaping the future of federal work

From cloud computing to green IT, here's an overview of the technology trends that will shape the way federal work gets done for years to come.

LightSquared plans to quadruple power of its network

Company omitted plans in letter to Defense and Commerce departments complaining about test leak.

DHS details contract for second try at Southwest virtual fence

Vendors' offerings must include equipment able to withstand climate extremes.

Army-Navy game rivalry plays out on Facebook, Twitter

The two services use football game-oriented social media to promote their key roles and missions.

If you think you'll save money with cloud computing, think again

More than half the organizations surveyed say they saw little or no financial gain after their transition, but most reported other benefits.

The Best Laid Plans

Agencies are developing strategies to boost the cybersecurity workforce, but challenges remain.

Verizon becomes first firm to offer certified online ID protection

Feds approve telecom giant to offer digital identity security for federal personnel and visitors to dot-gov websites.

Clinton moves to inject new urgency into bioweapon concerns at Geneva event

The Secretary of State's appearance will draw welcome attention to efforts to counter biological threats, observers say.

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