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Is There Any Part of Government That Hasn’t Been Hacked Yet?

A cybersecurity official from the FBI offers a stark answer.

A Soldier from 2nd Brigade, 1st Armored Division, uses a Joint Tactical Radio System's Handheld, Manpack and Small Form Fit.

Army Eyes 4G Cellular Tech for Combat Communications

Could this be the beginning of the end for JTRS?

OPM Terminates Controversial Background Check Contractor

Falls Church-based USIS had been suspended after breach in computer network.

Report: Agencies Aren’t Properly Vetting All Cyber Contractors

Most departments failed to assess whether IT vendors took security precautions.

Secretary of Veterans Affairs Bob McDonald

VA Secretary Wants to Improve Digital Services for Vets

Robert McDonald wants single, easy-to-use website for vets to access VA services

FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler, on December 12, 2014, testifies before the House Energy and Commerce Committee.

The FCC Website Will Likely Crash on Wednesday

The Federal Communications Commission plays a vital role in the nation’s response to cyber incidents and it’s about to be hit by a major disruption. By Patrick Tucker

ISIL Is Now Threatening to Assassinate Twitter Employees

The social media site has been engaged in monitoring and closing down accounts of ISIL fighters.

And the Winners Are ... 2014 Nextgov Bold Awards Recognize Tech Problem Solvers

A new system for tracking weapons of mass destruction in the field, a successful social media campaign for disaster preparedness were among the boldest of the Bold Awards winners.

Supporters of the Islamic State rally in Mosul in June.

State Department Steps Up Trolling Against ISIL With Violent Mock Video

The State Department wants would-be ISIL recruits to see exactly how violent the group is — and ask them if that's still something they want to do.

Government CIOs Say They Lack Resources to Manage Their IT

Nearly one-third says IT infrastructure is inadequate, survey finds.