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GAO reviews Americans' interest-level in cyber jobs

Officials aim to determine if Americans want the estimated 30,000 information security positions the country needs.

After Email

Real-time workplace communication tools may soon become more popular than email, survey finds.

Say goodbye to traditional immigration processing forms

Homeland Security issues new rules for describing documents and filing procedures under a new automated system.

New website faces performance problems of its own

Funding cuts have hurt development of key features; search function fails to return results for common terms. goes live after lengthy preparations

OMB’s new central database allows public to track spending, cost-cutting and progress in hiring.

Security advances and budgetary pressures draw agencies to cloud

Launch of government-only storage facilities and the potential for significant cost savings could prove as strong a pull as OMB directives, officials say.

As hurricane approaches, quake raises emergency preparedness questions

Earthquake underscores the need for people to have emergency backup communication plans, FEMA chief says.

Pros and Cons

Experts weigh in on Obama administration's guidance for recruiting, hiring and training the federal cybersecurity workforce.

Mobile apps are reshaping government services and operations

Some of the most significant developments in government software applications are taking place at the state level.

From Nextgov: Investigation reveals widespread insider hacking at immigration agency

Breaches at Texas Service Center before 2008 raise national security concerns and highlight vulnerability of citizenship data.

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