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“Why do we have 18F and USDS? What is the value to the government and how does it avoid competing directly with the private sector,” Rep. Gerry Connolly, D-Va., asked during the hearing.

House Oversight Probes Obama’s Tech Teams: ‘Why Do We Have 18F and USDS?’

18F and USDS were questioned today during a House oversight hearing.

Michael Lumpkin joined the State Department after serving as DoD's special-ops leader.

Meet the Navy SEAL Leading the Fight Against ISIS Messaging

Michael Lumpkin believes he’s got a model for future efforts to counter extremism online in real time.

Clinton to Trump: Delete Your Account

What a Twitter fight between Clinton and Trump says about politics and politicking on the internet.

Defense Secretary Ash Carter speaks during the change of command ceremony last month.

Carter Proposes Letting Campus Recruiters Hire Cyber Students on the Spot

Today, recruiters must first send their preferred candidates through the red tape that is USAJobs.gov to, among other things, fill out a resume, upload documents, respond to questions and wait for application processing.

Vice President Joe Biden speaks at the American Constitution Society for Law and Policy 2016 National Convention, Thursday, June 9, 2016, in Washington.

Scientists Build Public, Searchable Database for Cancer Data

The project supports the Cancer Moonshot initiative.

Report: Digital Service Teams Sidestep CIOs, Lack Clear Performance Metrics

A GAO report tells OMB to guide digital services teams on working with agency leadership.

GAO: 18F Needs Better Plan to Recover Costs, Track Performance

Agencies that have hired 18F to provide products and services are generally satisfied with the team’s work, according to a new audit.

Spy Agency Wants Tech That Shows How Well Its PR Team Is Doing

The NGA wants Sentiment Analysis tech to gauge its external communications efforts.

NPPD Undersecretary Suzanne Spaulding

House Committee Votes to Create New Cybersecurity Division within DHS

The new entity would be called the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Protection Agency.

The Internal Revenue Service headquarters building in Washington.

IRS Turns Hacked Application Back On -- This Time with Added Security Features

The announcement came just a day before the release of a new report that revealed the IRS did not identify all taxpayers whose sensitive tax information may have been improperly accessed by cybercriminals.

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