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Interior should ramp up videoconferencing, IG says

Agency could save on travel costs and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

NASA formally awards Orion test flight contract to Lockheed Martin

Two other companies bid on the project, but did not offer to conduct a comprehensive assessment of the vehicle, space agency said.

Defense overhaul's emphasis on the cloud carries supply chain risks

Focus on cyberspace involves technology currently programmed or built in regions that are threatening America's national security, experts say.

Defense technology to grow despite Pentagon budget cuts

Cyberspace, space and science research to get funding boost.

Air Force to provide Special Ops flight crews with iPads

Shift from paper follows similar moves by operators in the commercial aviation industry.

Memo to feds: Don't use same passwords for work, personal accounts

Hackers snatch the codes for accessing government servers when personnel use the same login information everywhere.

Occupy Wall Street plus Anonymous may equal city computer outages

In 2012, hacktivists and offline activists could unite to attack critical infrastructure systems, according to researchers at security firms.

Open government: A new window on the world

More than 40 nations have joined a partnership to promote transparency; what that means depends on where you live.

VA structured $133 million security contract to favor incumbent, IG says

Lower risk of selecting a company familiar with the department's practices did not justify the higher price tag, watchdog says.

Looking for friends in all the right places: VA expands Facebook presence

Veterans Affairs is ramping up its social media savvy to reach more vets and their families.

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