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From Feds follow digital money trail to halt online poker

Gaming operators allegedly duped banks into processing illegal payments.

From IRS computer glitches allow erroneous credits

Initial audit of 2011 season shows some filers wrongfully benefiting from first-time home buyer and energy-efficiency tax incentives.

IT Grads Increase

Larger pool of IT grads could mean easier work for government recruiters.

From Shortage of skilled cyber specialists fuels debate over pay

Network operators and penetration testers could earn more than compliance analysts and auditors.

From Cyber identity strategy would eliminate the need for multiple passwords

Commerce Secretary Gary Locke dismissed rumors the plan would lead to national ID cards for citizens.

Transparency websites hit by budget ax

The deal struck to avoid a shutdown would endanger sites as, which have enjoyed bipartisan support.

Gen Y and Your IT Department

A new survey shows a convergence of generational attitudes on the role of workplace technology.

Distinguishing Pentagon Performers

Lawmaker would curb raises for those earning unsatisfactory reviews.

From White House push to help technology startups gets mixed reviews

Companies say agencies have granted few waivers to complex acquisition rules that stymie entrepreneurial developers.

NASA For Hire

Hiring effort is to assist aerospace workers impacted by the end of the Space Shuttle program.

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