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Nextgov Prime 2015 Keynote Speakers Announced

Cybersecurity and government data leaders to headline daylong event.

State Department Looks to Outfit Workers with 'the Most Contemporary' Mobile Devices

This is no small task considering the agency currently provides 36,000 mobile devices to its employees stationed in almost every country in the world.

IRS Hack Much Larger Than Previously Reported

An internal investigation revealed that the data breach affected 220,000 more taxpayer accounts than was originally estimated.

White House Makes Presidential Innovation Fellows Program Permanent

The president signed an executive order ensuring the PIF program outlasts an administration change.

American flags fly at the New York Stock Exchange on Wall Street, Monday, July 6, 2015.

Hackers Get Wall Street Tipoffs, Spy on UVA Employees and Harass Librarians

Just another week in ThreatWatch, our regularly updated index of noteworthy data breaches.

A Rebooted Approach to DevOps Training

DevOps University plans to use real-world scenarios, hands-on experiences and train agency employees at both the executive and grassroots levels.

Neil Armstrong was photographed by Buzz Aldrin soon walking on the moon on the Apollo 11 mission.

NASA Astronaut Neil Armstrong May Have a Planet Named For Him

"Neil" is a candidate for the name of 51 Pegasi b, the first planet ever to be found orbiting around a Sun-like star.

"This is not just about jilted lovers trying to get revenge. This is about protecting an individual's right to privacy," Rep. Jackie Speier said

Plan to Criminalize Revenge Porn Will Arrive After Recess

Lawmakers led by Rep. Jackie Speier want to outlaw nonconsensual porn, but they'll be up against opposition from free-speech advocates.