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Telework Dissatisfaction

Survey finds only 38 percent of feds are happy with their agency's telework program.

New satellite could revolutionize battlefield communications

Experimental TacSat-4 will enable first-ever on-the-move communications from handheld and backpack military radios.

Telework In Unusual Places

The Peace Corps is embracing the practice for its headquarters staff and national offices.

Government's final report blames BP, main contractors for Gulf spill

Deepwater Horizon crew cited for 'overall complacency.'

Diplomats use wikis and blogs to share vital information

The State Department is transforming internal communications by implementing open-source technology and putting it behind a firewall.

Application Overhaul

New online services aim to help applicants start their careers in government.

DHS insider hacking case reveals serious network security vulnerabilities

Suspected employees were on paid leave for a year; despite findings, no criminal charges were filed.

Shh . . . U.S. military on ground in Libya, but not really

Four U.S. troops in Libya are part of a State Department team to assess the embassy location and have no military mission, Pentagon officials say.

Terrorist watch lists should be put in the cloud, analysts say

Encrypting data and then segmenting it online for remote access by multiple users would enable instant updating and sharing.

Federal surveyors use smartphone apps to review Missouri River flood damage

The Army Corps of Engineers developed a mobile information collection application to manage damage assessments.

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