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Lost Your Green Card? Now You Can Replace it Online

The advance was aided by a White House digital fix-it team, a squad that also saved Obamacare website HealthCare.gov.

Tony Scott on USDS: Influx of New Tech Talent a Balancing Act for Agencies

Making sure new digital teams are seamlessly integrated into agency operations has some officials fearing a potential culture clash.

GitHub Battles Its Largest-Ever DDoS Attack

The code repository is used by several federal groups, including the White House.

BYOD to the Pentagon? Pilot to Begin This Summer

One of the government’s most risk-averse agencies is making plans for a BYOD pilot program this summer.

Feds Charged With Stealing Bitcoin

A former DEA official and a former Secret Service agent are accused of using bitcoin to launder money during an investigation into Silk Road.

For now, House Oversight Chairman Jason Chaffetz won't investigate Hillary Clinton's emails.

Why Only One House Committee Is Investigating Hillary Clinton's Emails

The House Oversight panel had suggested it would do its own probe, but is standing down for now.

House Information Technology subcommittee Chairman Rep. Will Hurd, R-Texas

Congressman Wants to Curb Copycat IT Systems at DHS

The DHS IT Duplication Reduction Act, introduced last week, would require the DHS chief information officer to report to Congress on plans for reducing duplicative IT systems.

Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks at an event March 23.

Clinton Won't Hand Over Server, Says Emails Are Gone

Benghazi panel Chairman Gowdy complains she "unilaterally decided to wipe her server clean."

Maryland College Team Wins International Cyber Policy Hackathon

At the end of a two-day cyber policy hackathon, the team from the University of Maryland University College was awarded the top prize for addressing a massive cyberattack on a fictional country.

Data-Centric Jobs Already Flourish in the Federal Government

All told, there are some 1.6 million government workers (including state and local) in positions where data is “central to the job,” according to a recent Commerce Department report.