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Delayed Security Clearance Reforms Could Increase Costs for Agencies

Continuous evaluation could remain a pipe dream as cash-strapped agencies get no guidance from the top.

Industry Weighs In on Pentagon’s Cloud Adoption Plan

First, avoid vendor lock-in, the industry group said.

A reflection of the Department of Homeland Security logo is seen reflected in the glasses of a cyber security analyst in the watch and warning center at the DHS's secretive cyber defense facility at Idaho National Laboratory.

Senate Bill Seeks $1.8 Billion for DHS’ Cyber Mission

The funding includes $731 million to maintain and upgrade the cybersecurity of federal computer networks.

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai

FCC Chairman: Government Will Stop ‘Micromanaging the Internet’

Chairman Ajit Pai unveiled the commission’s plan to roll back net neutrality regulations put in place during the Obama administration.

How the Trump Administration's Suit to Block a Media Merger Could Hurt the Tech Industry

The lawsuit may pit AT&T and Time Warner against the Justice Department. But it's Silicon Valley that might suffer the most.

State Department CIO to Retire

Another agency will be lead by an acting CIO.

GSA Awards $50B Alliant 2 Contract with Emerging Tech in Mind

“We really did spend a lot of time looking at leading-edge technology,” a GSA official said.

The seal of the U.S. Air Force's Operationally Responsive Space office.

As the Air Force Turns Its Focus to Space, This Small Team Could Lead the Way

Once seen as a threat to traditional acquisition channels, the Operationally Responsive Space office is making it faster and cheaper to put new capabilities into orbit.

Kelly Monroe, investigator with the Georgia secretary of state office, left, takes a look at a new voting machine being tested at a polling site in Conyers, Ga.

House Democrats Put $400 Million Price Tag on Election Security

State and local governments need money, not words, to shore up security, a panel of House Democrats said.