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State and Defense departments order high-tech printers

Laminating card printers and encoders will create high-tech IDs for embassy workers, National Guard.

Compliance taking over IT security chiefs’ schedules

Study finds that an average of nearly four hours of a chief information security officer’s day is spent complying with the Federal Information Security Management Act.

Agency drafts guidelines on satellite imagery

Guidelines, issued in response to security concerns, cover publicly available geospatial data.

Navy leads surge in third-quarter federal IT spending

Nearly $57 billion in Navy information technology contract awards drove overall IT spending to a 190 percent increase over the same period last year.

Online intruder gains access to Air Force personnel records

Using a legitimate user login, unidentified person viewed tens of thousands of records that include birth dates and Social Security numbers.

Group continues drive to increase teleworkers

Focusing exclusively on working away from the office, a new newsletter looks to foster support for teleworking.

HHS formally recognizes e-records unit

Announcement reinforces coordinator's position and establishes four supporting offices.

Agencies' top tech employees eligible for public-private sector swap

Exchange program allows the loan of exceptional IT employees to the private sector for educational purposes.

Telework provider uses ads to woo federal workers

Company hopes ads will spark a pro-telecommuting grassroots movement among government workers.

Homeland security barrier to FOIA reform

Efforts to strengthen the Freedom of Information Act may be stymied by homeland security fears.