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Federal employees are urged not to leave computers running

Turning off machines at night seems like a small step, but the savings could be huge, according to technology companies.

From Nextgov.com: DHS unveils wireless radio for emergency response

D.C. public safety officials will test the technology , but are skeptical that wireless networks will remain open during disasters.

Agencies make the best of tight technology budgets

Two wars, a plunging deficit and a slow economy have made fiscal 2008 a historic year—for all the wrong reasons.

From Nextgov.com: Agencies increase adoption of e-travel services

Northrop Grumman's application has serviced 1 million trips .

From Nextgov.com: Latest cybersecurity threat lies in trusted software and hardware

Justice e-mail is indicative of a larger threat agencies face called supply-chain attacks .

Energy told to tighten cybersecurity policies

IG audit identifies significant issues that could leave classified information vulnerable.

From Nextgov.com: Air Force suspends Cyber Command program

Decision to ratchet back the Cyber Command may have come from Adm. Mike Mullen, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, who wants to see a greater role for the Navy in cyberspace.

Census chief says all sides at fault for handheld problems

Leadership changes will strengthen management of information technology projects, according to Steven Murdock.

From Nextgov.com: Board recommends new strategy for complex Defense programs

Report says the department should follow the integrated approach used for the Future Combat Systems.

From Nextgov.com: IRS improves IT governance of modernization program

But IG says tax agency needs to improve oversight of information technology projects .

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