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President Obama wanted to limit lobbyists' influence on government but found it's easier said than done.

It Just Got Easier to Lobby Federal Agencies

Facing litigation, the Obama administration rolls back restrictions aimed at curbing special interests.

Edward Snowden Is Worried People Will Forget About Edward Snowden

The standard-bearer for spy-agency reform fears NSA fatigue is leading to a culture of complacency.

NASA's DC-8 airborne science laboratory soars over the Sierra Nevadas and the Owens Valley near Lone Pine, Calif.

Video: NASA's Flying Labs

Taking science experiments to the skies.

What Is the Biggest Obstacle to Tech Adoption in Government?

Hint: It's not the technology itself.

Lesson Learned from Rollout: White House Launches US Digital Service

Team will focus on helping agencies improve their digital service delivery.

Interior Secretary Sally Jewell tours one of the most energy efficient office buildings in the country -- the Edith Green-Wendell Wyatt Federal Building in Portland.

The Most and Least Sustainable Agencies in Government

One chart shows which agencies are going green.

IT Needs Audacity, Adaptiveness and Engagement

Today's IT leaders need to think big.

Your Vote Counts: Help Honor Government’s Bold Innovators

Take a look at Nextgov’s Bold Award finalists and cast your ballot for the People’s Choice award.

A member of the 202nd Explosive Ordnance Disposal Company runs a detonation cored from the trunk of a vehicle during a training exercise with federal and state law enforcement agencies.

Here's the App That's Hunting Down Terrorist Bomb-Makers

A secure photo and data-sharing platform brings Scotland Yard to your phone. By Patrick Tucker

The CDC Is Using Twitter to Explain Ebola to the Masses

The health organization is condensing warnings and guidelines into 140-character snippets in a Monday chat.