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Federal Agency Customer Experience Act Clears Senate

The legislation awaits a markup from the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee.

MGT Act, Amazon Amendment Survive Defense Authorization Bill Conference

But not all the federal IT amendments made it through.

Kirstjen Nielsen is sworn in at a hearing on her nomination to be Department of Homeland Security Secretary.

DHS Nominee Signals Continuity, Competence in Confirmation Hearings

Kirstjen Nielsen has the most extensive cybersecurity background of any DHS secretary nominee.

An agent of the border patrol, observes near the Mexico-US border fence, on the Mexican side.

DHS Mulling Blockchain at the Border

An official struck a cautiously optimistic tone when discussing the decentralized ledger system.

Sen. Rob Portman, R-Ohio

Senate Passes Anti-Sex Trafficking Bill with Newfound Tech Industry Support

A major industry trade group reversed its position on the controversial bill as companies come under in Russia investigation.

DHS Cyber Info Sharing Focuses on Quantity Over Quality, IG Says

The department is sharing a lot of cyber threat indicators with agencies and the private sector, but only a handful are useful.

The EPA Has Approved The Release of Weaponized Mosquitoes In 20 U.S. States

Biotech firm MosquitoMate says it has the green light to release its bacteria-infected mosquitoes, which prevent the insects from multiplying, into the open.

Watchdog: Agencies Find Old Development Habits Die Hard

Only four agencies had policies and processes in place to develop software in increments.

Farmers to Congress: We Need Broadband, Too

Agriculture and energy companies in rural areas want to find efficiencies with internet of things devices, but lack of high-speed access is a problem

Russian, Chinese Companies Win Intel Community's Face Recognition Tech Contest

Moscow-based NTechlab won two categories of IARPA’s facial recognition challenge.