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Part of the new Dutch petascale national supercomputer, "Cartesius", provided and built by Bull.

Intelligence Agency Wants an Even More Super Supercomputer

IARPA hopes funding will lead to a new generation of energy-efficient superconducting supercomputers that far exceed the capabilities of current supercomputers.

Federal IT Overhaul Included in Defense Bill, Headed for Vote

The House is expected to vote on the annual defense policy bill as early as this week.

Attorney General Eric Holder

Here’s Why Cybersecurity Remains a Challenge for the Justice Department

DOJ has requested millions more in funding and staffed up new divisions to specifically handle cyber investigations.

Obama Signs Modernized Federal Records Act

First update for digital age addresses electronic documents.

HHS Secretary Sylvia Mathews Burwell said enrollment is off to a solid start.

Nearly Half a Million People Enrolled in Obamacare Coverage in the First Week

The number is a vast improvement over last year's launch.

Mobile Phone Metadata Could be a Lifesaver after a Disaster, but Privacy Concerns Linger

Unclear rules about sharing phone data with researchers hamper wider adoption.

Photo of the United States Department of Defense homepage on a monitor screen through a magnifying glass.

Here’s What the Rewrite of DOD’s Cloud Strategy Will Look Like

An update to the Defense Department’s cloud computing strategy aims to decentralize the process for purchasing commercial cloud solutions

Key Internet and Tech Concepts Still Mysteries for Many

Many Americans are puzzled by concepts that support the Internet and other technological innovations.

Even with the DATA Act, the Forecast for Transparency Remains Murky

Even after passage of the Data Act, it’s far from clear we’ll end up with the kind of transparency that matters most.

Prince George's County School Employees’ Social Security Numbers Emailed Out Erroneously

About 10,000 personnel are affected by the security breach.