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Review of FBI tech project finds millions in questionable expenses

More than 1,200 pieces of equipment missing as well, GAO says.

Securities chief pushes Web tools for shareholders

Electronic proxy system would allow investors quicker access to company information, SEC chairman says.

GSA releases guidelines on telework

Guidance designed to encourage continued growth in the number of federal employees who work away from the office.

Congressional report rates cybersecurity as dismal

Eight agencies receive failing marks, but critics say the grading process doesn’t measure true security levels.

Lawmaker seeks czar to oversee transition to next-generation Internet

Bush administration says OMB's Karen Evans already has the necessary power to administer agencies' move to Internet Protocol version 6.

Industry group fears ID requirement could swamp background investigators

Agency handling the bulk of checks says that proposed change to acquisition rules would have little impact on backlog.

Sun Microsystems CEO pushes 'open source' government

Silicon Valley and the nation's capital have more in common than meets the eye, Scott McNealy says.

Survey: Agency programs to protect privacy inadequate

Interviews with members of the federal IT community indicate agencies are focusing on cyber security while privacy programs slip through the cracks.

OMB: Agency compliance with cybersecurity law improving

Study highlights oversight of contractor-run systems as an area that needs attention.

Agencies move toward routing calls over the Internet

Traditional land-based phone lines are being replaced by Voice over Internet Protocol.