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Clinton addressed reporters Tuesday.

Hillary Clinton, Taking Questions About Her Email, Says She 'Opted for Convenience'

Now that everyone else has, the former secretary of State weighed in Tuesday on the news surrounding her email use at the State Department.

Are Medicaid IT Systems the Weak Link in Detecting Improper Payments?

Only three out of 10 states had ways to evaluate their systems for detecting and preventing improper payments, according to the GAO report.

Which Agencies Are Best At Responding to FOIA Requests?

USDA and Social Security are the most responsive; State and HHS, the least, nonprofit finds.

Wikipedia Is Suing the National Security Agency

The lawsuit argues that the NSA's collection of Internet communications can often open U.S. data to warrantless access

What's Stopping Startups From Contracting with the Government?

One D.C.-based company claims it can give startups access to the federal government in six months.

Obama and Hillary Clinton Emailed Each Other

This is the latest White House response to questions about the former secretary of State's email practices while on the job.

Defense Department CIO Terry Halvorsen

Halvorsen Now Defense Department’s Permanent CIO

Terry Halvorsen gets the bump from acting CIO and will exercise authority over the Pentagon’s $36 billion IT budget.

A 3D print of a dinosaur's head lies in a printer of the US company MakerBot of New York.

‘You Can Make Anything with a 3-D Printer’ and 3 Other Myths

A recent paper by intelligence community analysts and private sector researchers zeroes in on both the opportunities and risks of 3-D printing.

Isis -- No, Not That One -- Wins $7 Million Pentagon Cyber Contract

The Pentagon has hired a little-known Virginia startup with an unfortunate name to work on a big data project.

FTC Pits Humans Against Robocalls in New Contest

FTC is looking for anyone who can block, forward and predict which phone calls are made by automated systems.