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A rider picks out a bike at a Capital Bikeshare station in Washington, DC.

What Capital Bikeshare’s Busiest Bike Says About Open Data

Capital Bikeshare releases a plethora of data about its bike fleet. Developers have done some surprising things with the data.

US CIO Tony Scott Says Federal IT is Now a ‘Contact Sport.’ Here’s the Rulebook.

New OMB guidance aims to break down barriers that have sprouted up between IT decision-makers and other agency officials.

 The White House’s first chief data scientist, DJ Patil

Why People Who Put ‘Data Scientist’ on Their LinkedIn Profiles Earn More Money

As the White House’s first chief data scientist, DJ Patil explains the growing importance of his field during his speech at the National Science Foundation.

Senators Beg Techies To Bring Congress Into 21st Century

At Hack4Congress, developers attempted to write code that could improve campaign finance record keeping and facilitate cross-party dialogue.

Democrats Press FCC to Unmask Koch-Backed Groups

Nancy Pelosi and other Democrats are pushing the KOCH Act to require tougher disclosure rules for political TV ads.

VA Thwarts Over a Billion Cyber Threats -- Just in March

The department will need to scale its cybersecurity to prevent what could be an exponential increase in threats, according to VA CIO Stephen Warren.

House Advances Bill to Limit NSA Spying

Nearly two years after the Snowden revelations began, lawmakers are scrambling to rein in government surveillance—before it’s too late.

Marion Blakey

Departing Aerospace Industries Leader: First-Rate Nations Respect and Support Public Servants

In exit interview, Blakey criticizes congressional gridlock, urges Defense budget compromises.

OMB Unveils FITARA Guidelines For Public Comment

The guidelines, posted on GitHub, are open for comment until May 30.

Getting Tech to ‘Show Up’

Rolling back reforms sure won’t attract innovative players to the government market.