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Navy faces crushing demand for information warfare systems

The service must be able to quickly deploy inexpensive tools to keep networks secure.

Hackers manipulated railway computers, TSA memo says

The agency supplied transit companies with a play-by-play account of the December situation to prevent a broader attack.

Veterans Affairs will host electronic health records in DISA data centers

VA will begin shifting operations at hospitals in New York and New Jersey in March.

Feds to get better access to personal health data

Insurance plans in FEHBP must by mid-March add features allowing enrollees to download and store information about lab results, medication, allergies and appointments.

DISA returns to the drawing board on cloud plans

The Pentagon CIO must evaluate commercial cloud services before funding the agency to host military applications online.

White House hopes new website will help create jobs aims to provide entrepreneurs and businesses with a central place for critical information.

Mobile health centers deliver medical care to rural veterans

Growing fleet serves about 3.3 million veterans who don't live near a VA hospital.

Interior to rebid cloud contract after yearlong legal squabble

Google challenged the original email award to Microsoft on the grounds it was rigged in that company's favor.

LightSquared owner pitches network directly to FCC staffers

The broadband carrier is trying to resolve concerns that its service interferes with navigation receivers.

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Salaries have been slow to grow, but feds -- especially those in IT -- are better off than their private sector peers.

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