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Transportation completes iPad test, eyes departmentwide use

Early results suggest the devices could work for employees who do not require full computing capability.

Feds on Facebook

More federal employees are using Facebook, Twitter and other social media at work and behalf of their agencies.

VA plans largest tablet computer deployment

Up to 100,000 devices will be managed through a vendor-operated cloud computing center.

Top Tech Pay

Private sector IT workers are likely to ring in the New Year with healthy salary increases.

Class action suit seeks $4.9 billion in damages from TRICARE data theft

Plaintiffs allege the military health care provider put personal and sensitive information at risk by failing to encrypt the digital files.

FBI to launch nationwide facial recognition service

Four states will begin using the service in January; immigrant rights groups worry Homeland Security will abuse the biometric database.


Nuclear crises renew regulator's relevance

NRC chief Gregory Jaczko keeps the focus on safety amid political charges around Yucca Mountain plans and industry influence.

Cyberattack: 10 big targets

What sectors and operations overseen by the federal government are most likely to fall victim to Advanced Persistent Threats?

Firm eyes lawsuit over theft of TRICARE patient data

Class action would focus on TRICARE's decision not to provide free credit and identity theft-monitoring services.

LightSquared threatens legal action if FCC blocks network operation

The company maintains filtering technology can be applied to prevent interference with GPS signals.

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