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Defense official: Changes necessary to meet 'net-centric' goals

“Need to know" regime is changing to one that focuses on "the need to share," senior official says.

Report: E-Voting problems might infest midterm elections

Equipment failures and legal battles over new voter identification rules likely to result in delays and confusion, watchdog group says.

Business data breaches found to be more costly than thought

This year's major breach at the Veterans Affairs Department cost $7 million just to send letters to the affected veterans.

Agency explores new tool to connect intelligence dots

Document for prospective contractors offers blunt assessment of flaws in efforts to profile terrorists, including inability to move beyond “guilt by association” models.

OMB official discusses possibility of reinvesting IT savings

Official also says agencies are on target to meet deadline next week for new high-tech ID cards.

State Department seeks advice on border cards

Agency issued a draft rule earlier this week, saying it is considering radio-frequency identification that can be read by machines from 30 feet.

Agency will test community reviews of patents

Initiative follows recent industry and congressional attention to backlog of patent applications and overburdened examiners.

Staffing plans for IT upgrade at FBI called inadequate

Program management office is almost fully staffed, but relies heavily on contractors and lacks plans to fill future gaps, GAO says.

Agency FOIA administration found to be improving

But several agencies have yet to properly address how they will reduce backlogs of requests, Justice report states.

GSA finalizes merger of contracting organizations

Amount of authority the consolidated acquisition office will have over regional offices is not settled.