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How Policy Could Advance Open Data in Government's Program Manager Hyon Kim says the OPEN Government Data Act could boost participation.

DHS, FBI Alert About North Korean Hacking Campaign

It’s rare for the government to attribute cyber mischief to a nation-state.

CIA's Cloud is 'Pretty Close' to Invincible, CIO Says

The agency wants to operate more like commercial companies, not the government, CIA CIO John Edwards said.

In an Era of Russian Hacks, the US Is Still Installing Russian Software on Government Systems

Agencies bought Kaspersky anti-virus to secure their systems, but intel officials and lawmakers worry it's a liability instead.

Lawmakers Blast DOD's Failing FITARA Score

Pentagon's F+ was the only outright failing grade among CFO Act agencies.

Treasury Managers Stress Teamwork in Major Information Technology Upgrade

Cloud services award will come Wednesday amid Trump budget uncertainty.

Senior adviser to President Donald Trump, Jared Kushner, talks in the East Room of the White House in Washington, Monday, June 5, 2017.

Trump's Innovation Office In Close Touch With USDS

White House tech adviser Chris Liddell attends U.S. Digital Service meetings multiple times a week.

AWS Unveils New Region for Government Customers

AWS GovCloud (US-East) is expected to become operational in 2018.

Homeland Dems Seek Answers About Trump Officials and Encrypted Apps

The senators also want to know if agencies are being instructed not to answer Democrats’ questions.