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Master's Accreditation Benefits Federal Cyber Pros

Tuition assistance for information security program.

FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler

New FCC Chairman: Regulating the Internet Is a 'Non-Starter'

Spectrum auctions will be the top line item on the regulator's agenda in 2014, Tom Wheeler says.

Irradiated Turkey, Thermostabilized Yams: Thanksgiving Dinner in Space

If you're celebrating the holiday outside of Earth, you'll enjoy a bird that "resembles sliced deli meat" and stuffing that has "a broth-heavy, institutional flavor."

How to Get Past the ‘Big Data’ Hype

Report suggests tying analytics to mission-critical goals and giving rank-and-file employees access.

Cheryl Campbell, senior vice president of CGI listens at left as Andy Slavitt, representing QSSI's parent company, testified on Oct. 24

Analysis: 3 Ways to Avoid Another Mess

Simplify contracting rules, focus on quality and upgrade the workforce.

Tainted Thumb Drives at the G20 Summit; Pocketed Medical Records in Atlanta

Just another week in ThreatWatch, our regularly updated index of noteworthy data breaches.

CIA-backed Cloud Security Firm Buys Encryption Company to Help Spy-Wary Industry

To address corporate concerns about storing information at data centers accessible by intelligence agencies, HyTrust acquires HighCloud.

VA Awards ASM Research a Health IT Contract Triple the Price of Competitors’ Bids

Company hired a senior department technology official as chief strategist a month after the award, with VA ethics office approval.

Debris sits in Queens after the storm last year, as a Verizon worker repairs a phone line.

Sandy Aid Website Doesn’t Live Up to Stimulus-Tracking Standards

HUD-run database lacks the detail and timeliness of website on economic recovery spending.