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Overruns, delays plague satellite programs, lawmakers told

Development setbacks stretch into decades and billions of dollars, GAO official said.

Chertoff celebrates DHS anniversary with defense of virtual fence

Border control efforts won't be delayed by three years, he says.

U.S. unprepared for ongoing cyberwar, say top military and intelligence officials

Civilian agencies and private sector are the most vulnerable to cyberattacks from countries like China and Russia.

Lawmaker to Navy: Cut new destroyers, build cruisers faster

Ending DDG-1000 production would likely require the Navy to start production again on the DDG-51 Arleigh Burke class destroyer.

Protest of huge IT services contract upheld

Judge calls GSA's selection criteria for Alliant vendors “arbitrary and capricious,” and puts contract on hold.

Defense officials still concerned about data lost in 2007 network attack

“We don’t know when they’ll use the information they stole,” Pentagon CIO says.

Navy develops two-way radio communication for submerged submarines

System provides first-time ability to fully integrate vessels under water into strike group operations.

Census Bureau facing huge cost increase, possible delays in 2010 effort

Problems with new handheld devices could increase costs by as much as $2 billion.

Report: SEC still shows mixed bag on information security

Commission making progress, but work still needs to be done, GAO says.

Information sharing is top priority for federal CIOs, says Pentagon official

Defense Department’s deputy chief information officer says data sharing, security are not mutually exclusive.

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