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Los Angeles Clippers owner Steve Ballmer.

Former Microsoft CEO Opts to Open Government Himself

Ballmer unveiled USAFacts.org, a repository of public-sector financial data.

Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly

Government Needs ‘Heavy Artillery’ for Cyberspace, DHS Chief Says

Plodding bureaucracy could leave government outgunned in cyberspace, Gen. John Kelly said in his first major address as secretary.

18F for Cybersecurity? Tech Think Tank Wants Congress to Consider It.

The group suggests thinking outside traditional degrees in STEM fields to address the talent shortage.

U.S. Patent and Trademark Office head Michelle Lee

Report: USPTO’s Michelle Lee In Running for White House’s Top Science Spot

The report comes amid concern that the Trump White House was letting the Office of Science and Technology Policy die out.

DHS Needs Someone to Explain Biometrics to the Public

The department wants a communications professional to manage rhetoric about collecting fingerprints, iris scans and facial images.

U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Jeff Ebert wears a virtual-reality headset and holds a video-game controller as he demonstrates an experimental virtual-reality computer simulation.

DARPA Thinks Military Strategists Could Learn a Lot from Video Games

The agency is seeking proposals for how video games can aid strategic, operational and tactical war gaming.

Trump Is Keeping White House Visitor Logs Secret, Unlike Obama

Transparency advocates have urged the new administration to continue the practice of making those logs public.

Microsoft Outlines Cyber Geneva Convention Proposal

The company is also promoting an international nonpolitical body for cyber attribution.

An experiment being conducted in the National Ignition Facility at the LLNL.

How a National Lab in Charge of Nuclear Safety Optimized Its Systems

The lab went from having 63 data centers to 18, across its square-mile campus, reducing facility costs and repurposing staff.

Mike Pompeo addresses Army Reserve Soldiers in Kansas in 2016.

Remember When Mike Pompeo Loved Wikileaks?

Now the head of the CIA wants to get tough on the “non-state hostile intelligence service.” That won’t be so easy.

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