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Hackers Hijack Twitter to Avenge ISIS Drone Strike, Expose U.S. Prisoner Calls, and Attack Spotify Listeners

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

Mikey Dickerson, administrator of the US Digital Service.

Time to Stop Treating Federal IT Specialists Like the ‘Nerds in the Basement’

Techies in government are too often cut out of the decision-making process, the head of the U.S. Digital Service said.

Federal Customer Experience Forecast: More Disparity Between Haves and Have-Nots

A new report from Forrester Research predicts “uneven progress” among federal agencies.

Watchdog: IRS Tech Still Puts Taxpayer Data at Risk

The IRS' information systems are still deficient, a Government Accountability Office report says.

Cyber ‘War Games’ against China, Iran and North Korea Set for 2016

The drills are expected to run uniformed service members, civilians and contractors through the motions of staving off a cyber assault.

The Government Found Another 2,000 Data Centers

The government struggles to keep track of its technology investments.

CBP Commissioner R. Gil Kerlikowske speaks during a news conference in October 2014 about whether agents and officers should be required to wear body cameras.

Feds Will Soon Begin Limited Testing of Body Cameras

Border Patrol union oppose the technology; CBP wants more studies.

OPM Inspector General Patrick E. McFarland testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington.

OPM’s $20 Million Contract for Post-Hack ID Protection Violated Federal Contracting Rules

Investigators found “significant deficiencies” in the process of awarding of the contract to Winvale Group and its subcontractor CSID, according to OPM IG Patrick McFarland.

How Many Impoverished Families Could You Help with $100 Million?

That's how much money HUD spent on families that earned too much to qualify for housing assistance.