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Contractor networks create security risk, Defense official says

Department launches initiatives to better protect sensitive data.

Defense kicks off satellite communications contract

Wide range of large and small businesses expected to compete to provide additional bandwidth to the military services.

Users continue to compromise federal computer networks, says tech community

Survey results predict significant growth in identity management to combat security weaknesses.

Veterans Affairs revs up travel Web site

Department is latest to offer one-stop service for managing reservations and expense reporting.

Pentagon: Cyberattacks appear to come from China

Intrusions are consistent with Chinese government policy, Pentagon says.

OMB reports 60 percent increase in information security incidents

The news is “not necessarily a bad thing,” says administration’s top IT official.

House panel OKs tech funds to protect borders

Bill backing development of new technology for border patrol and maritime security draws rare bipartisan support.

Agencies tap Army’s expertise on electronic health records

NASA and State, among others, approach officials about fielding their own versions of combat casualty care system.

Survey: Fewer federal CIOs report directly to agency heads

Security, standardization, consolidation listed among key issues facing technology leaders.

Next generation air traffic system aimed at cutting cost, pollution

Program will benefit both industry and environment, say experts.

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