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Avue files protest over massive TSA human resources contract

Losing bidder says proposals weren't assessed on merits.

From Nextgov.com: Appropriators worry VA isn't capitalizing on IT centralization

The central office responsible for overseeing the department's technology lacks a clear organizational structure, Senate panel reports .

Lawmakers question GSA nominee over Sun Microsystems deal

Jim Williams denies charges he was involved in pressuring procurement shop into awarding contract extension.

Report: Progress mixed on tracking IT equipment

Agencies are taking a proactive approach to IT asset management, but lack proper funding.

GAO finds progress with FBI case management system

Report does indicate some weaknesses in property record database run by Lockheed Martin.

Report advocates better training for wireless Internet users

Federal agencies should do more to educate employees on security risks, study says.

From Nextgov.com: GAO finds inadequate oversight of e-mail preservation

Agencies fail to identify which messages qualify as records and rely on printing e-mails for storage, report says.

IG: State Department passport system wide open

Poor security policies and lack of clear disciplinary actions allow unauthorized users to view personal information in files.

Generation Y seeks more interaction with government online

Report says younger citizens rely on blogs and social networking tools for information.

From Nextgov.com: GAO: DHS should complete integration of cyber operations

Department counters that merging "may not be practical or efficient."

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