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Nuclear crises renew regulator's relevance

NRC chief Gregory Jaczko keeps the focus on safety amid political charges around Yucca Mountain plans and industry influence.

Cyberattack: 10 big targets

What sectors and operations overseen by the federal government are most likely to fall victim to Advanced Persistent Threats?

Firm eyes lawsuit over theft of TRICARE patient data

Class action would focus on TRICARE's decision not to provide free credit and identity theft-monitoring services.

LightSquared threatens legal action if FCC blocks network operation

The company maintains filtering technology can be applied to prevent interference with GPS signals.

Government apps: Learning from industry

Private sector experts weigh in on how agencies can build successful software applications for mobile devices.

Making Smart Cuts

According to a new report, government should focus on cutting the correct things.

Experts chide TSA for poor risk assessment of security measures

Critics cite lack of cost-benefit analyses before acquiring new screening technologies.

Software licensing issues delay Pentagon's computer security plan

A unified master gold disk would greatly simplify and speed the process for implementing computer security settings across the department.

SAIC: Medical records for 4.9 million TRICARE beneficiaries were stolen

According to police report, computer backup tapes had been left in an employee’s parked car.

State and USAID embrace data visualization to promote missions

By graphically portraying a range of data sets, officials hope to tell compelling stories about global crises.

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