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Facebook for Trees: The Forest Service’s Quest to Make a Tree Database More User-Friendly

The agency maintains a database that includes various characteristics of some 19 million trees over some 350,000-plus plots of land

How Far Did the Juniper Hack Go? ‘Some of That Gear Was in Place for Years,’ DHS Official Says

The vulnerability concerns unauthorized code placed in the vendor's firewalls and virtual private networks that could have allowed hackers to read encrypted messages.

EPA’s Digital Chief Steps Down

The former 18F director and PIF is joining a Danish software company.

The National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center in Arlington, Va.

Cybersecurity Still ‘At-Risk’ Career Field in the Federal Government

The Obama administration plans to publish the first-ever governmentwide cybersecurity HR strategy later this month.

Immigrants from El Salvador and Guatemala who entered the country illegally board a bus after they were released from a family detention center in San Antonio.

Why the Nation Needs to Use Technology to Up the Ante on Immigration Screening

What's needed is to throw out decades-old reliance on government database and watch-list screening in favor of a more technologically evolved process.

Watchdog: NASA Needs Permanent IT Security Officer

The report blamed instability in the agency's CIO office for the lack of a strong risk management plan.

DHS Now Says It Supports White House Open Source Software Policy

Previous comments attributed to the department's CIO shop warned that open source software was like "Mafia having a copy of all FBI system code."

Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah

Software Savings Bill Advances in House

The bill would require agencies to maintain comprehensive software inventories.

The fully assembled GOES-R satellite with its solar array stowed, in a clean room at Lockheed Martin.

NOAA Pushes Forward with Commercial Weather Data Pilot

The initiative will act as a test for future commercial satellite efforts.

members of the U.S. Army B Company, 2nd Battalion, 8th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division attend a military exercise 'Iron Sword 2014', at the Gaiziunu Training Range in Lithuania.

Meet the Scientist Helping the Pentagon Build Solar-Powered Tents

UCF is one of many groups partnering with DOD on hi-tech textiles.