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New NASA tech contracts are a boon for small firms

Awards went to 23 small companies, almost a quarter of which are owned by service disabled veterans.

DHS science chief vows more accountability, innovation

Department’s science and technology branch has been reorganized into six technical areas to improve efficiency.

GSA awards three companies Networx telecom contracts

Sprint, which provides 30 percent of current telecommunications services, left out of massive procurement.

GSA chief grilled over potential Hatch Act violations

Lurita Doan tells lawmakers she can't remember details of Jan. 26 meeting at a GSA facility during which political issues were discussed.

Military medical facilities plagued by IT problems

Data management problems extend beyond Walter Reed, congressional staff member says.

GSA chief to go on offensive at House hearing

Key GOP panel member says allegations against Lurita Doan will not stand up to scrutiny.

Pentagon official discusses move to new version of Internet

Old system is running out of addresses as more devices -- anything from ovens to aircraft -- become controllable remotely over the Internet.

Audit: Emergency communications project imperiled

Uncertain funding mechanisms and a poor governing structure are among the problems jeopardizing the effort to create a wireless network for first responders.

Project to streamline patent reviews nearing launch

Communal approach will let the public submit existing inventions known as "prior art" and comment on their relevance to patent applications.

Transportation orders hold on Microsoft upgrades

Department cites cost and compatibility issues in decision to hold off on updates.