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GAO: HUD's Legacy Tech Hogs 95% of IT Budget While Agency Struggles to Price Upgrades

“Significant weaknesses” plague the agency's cost-estimating practices for investments aimed to revamp IT infrastructure.

Why Experts Worry Algorithms Can Do More Harm Than Good

A Pew report suggests corporations and governments could misuse algorithms.

Government Contractor Accused of Stealing NSA Cyber Secrets

Harold Thomas Martin III worked for at least seven private contractors since 1993, placing him in several defense and intelligence agencies that require security clearances.

House Oversight Committee member Rep. Gerry Connolly, D-Va.

Connolly Pledges to Reintroduce Modernizing Government Technology Act

The Virginia Democrat said he'll be "boringly disciplined" in pursuing the bill's passage.

Matryoshka with a portrait of Putin and Trump are sold in Moscow in December.

Did Russia’s Election Meddling Break International Law? Experts Can’t Agree.

Right now, that’s a gray area — and it’s hindering the U.S. response to influence operations.

Government Must Pick Between Bad Options in Encryption Debate

The government faces numerous bad choices in the encryption debate, but the worst is doing nothing at all, a think tank report concludes.

Donald Trump’s Tweets are Now Presidential Records

The law says official presidential records must be preserved. How do tweets figure in – particularly when they're altered or deleted?

Rep. Phil Roe, R-Tenn.

Lawmakers Irritated with VA's Continuing Tech Problems

With its history of failed large-scale IT projects that cost taxpayers billions of dollars, VA is again grappling with IT issues.

What Happened to Trump’s Secret Hacking Intel?

New information that the president promised over a month ago never materialized.

Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly

DHS Secretary Sides with Obama on Protecting Election Systems

John Kelly was previously less supportive of the controversial designation.

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