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What the 'new social operating system' means for government

Americans who 'live in networks' demand new ways of interacting with agencies.

Passengers disqualified from new speed-screening program will go on watch list

TSA inspection change went into effect on Nov. 19 without public input.

GAO wants to charge companies disputing federal contract awards

Money would fund a docket to organize claims, create transparency in process.

Why mayors should run the Department of Transportation

The focus on federal transportation projects has shifted from highways to a more holistic approach.

The real danger posed by Nate Silver

Great aggregation comes at the expense of great raw material.

“As President Obama begins planning for his second term in office, the timing of this report could not be more auspicious,” Sen. Joe Lieberman, I-Conn., said.

Consolidate paperwork for presidential appointees, White House group urges

Sen. Lieberman supports call for creation of ‘smart form.’

 “Medal of Honor: Warfighter” promotes itself as having a high level or realism.

SEAL Team Six members reprimanded in video game consulting deal

Four former team members who remain in the military are also under investigation.

False alarm triggers rare book scare at Library of Congress

The Architect of the Capitol is investigating.

Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, right, speaks at a news conference with Connecticut lawmakers after touring storm-damaged areas.

DHS secretary issues waiver so ships can take fuel to disaster areas

Energy Department, EPA help reopen New York, New Jersey gas stations.

This is what the National Unwatering SWAT Team does

The group will be sent by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

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