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White House homeland security adviser Tom Bossert

Nations That Hack the U.S. Could Face ‘Real World’ Consequences, Homeland Security Adviser Warned

The administration wants to punish hackers in a way that "modifies behavior," Tom Bossert said.

Watchdog: Agencies Aren’t Even Trying To Meet Data Center Optimization Goals

At most, five agencies have met or exceeded White House targets for making data centers more efficient.

Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., is one of the lawmakers who pushed through legislation requiring the commission on evidence-based policy.

Commission on Evidence-Based Policy Calls for Interagency Coordination

Report recommends a National Secure Data Service that would help with specific projects without compromising privacy.

Virtual Assistants Don’t Always Understand You. That’s a Problem.

The Homeland Security Department’s chatbot “Emma” sometimes struggles to process some Spanish language requests because not everyone says green card the same way.

Homeland Security Adviser Tom Bossert speaks during a news briefing at the White House on Aug. 31.

Homeland Security Adviser Urges Congress to Renew Controversial Surveillance Power

Tom Bossert warned letting Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act sunset would have grave security consequences.

Soldiers from 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment, 2nd Brigade, 1st Armored Division, dismount from a Stryker vehicle during the Network Integration Evaluation 13.1 at Dona Ana Range, N.M.

Army Logistics Renews $135M Cloud Contract—And Gets Watson

Watson will analyze sensor data from vehicles to improve the service's predictive maintenance.

GSA Awards Contract for $700B Federal Charge Card Program

Citibank and U.S. Bank will potentially run the government program until 2031.

Social Security Paid Disability Benefits to More Than 700 Deceased Veterans

Unless the agency fixes the problem, it’s likely to make another $7.3 million in improper payments over the next 12 months.

Former State Cyber Coordinator Says It Was a Mistake to Close His Office

The department's former cyber coordinator Chris Painter worries the country is stepping back from its role as a global cyber leader.

Lawmakers Question How to Best Protect Data Breach Victims

House members want the Government Accountability Office to determine better ways to protect victims whose personal information is exposed.