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When The Federal Budget Funds Scientific Research, It’s The Economy That Benefits

Research dollars don't stay locked up in academia and government labs. R&D collaborations with the private sector are common – and grow the innovation economy.

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GAO: Keeping NSA and CYBERCOM Together Makes Hacking Tool Leaks More Likely

The release of high-value NSA hacking tools in recent month sparked widespread concern about how securely those tools are stored.

Bye-Bye, Networx: GSA Awards $50B Next-gen Telecom Contract

The General Services Administration selected 10 vendors for the Enterprise Infrastructure Services contract.

Pentagon Now Offering Top Officials Classified Tablets

The Defense Department's pilot program allows access to materials up to secret level.

Crew members aboard the VOS Raasay recover U.S. and British Royal Navy ocean gliders taking part in the Unmanned Warrior exercise off the northwest coast of Scotland, Oct. 8, 2016.

Federal Spending on Drones Goes Under the Sea

Of the billions it spends on unmanned vehicles, the federal government's focus is shifting from the skies to the sea.

This Agency Can Help Fast Track Your Tech Acquisitions

National Technical Information Service pairs federal agencies with vetted companies that meet their technology needs—and fast.

Eugene Kaspersky, Russian antivirus programs developer and chief executive of Russia's Kaspersky Lab, stands in front of a window decorated with programming code's symbols at his company's headquarters in Moscow, Russia, Saturday, July 1, 2017.

House Panel Wants Inventory of Agencies' Kaspersky Use

The Science, Space and Technology Committee is the latest to question how the government may be using the Russian anti-virus software.

NASA Program Makes Buying Legit IT Easier

The agency's SEWP customers can choose when buying from an authorized reseller matters to their agencies.

Federal Agencies Flirt with Blockchain

Agencies brainstormed at least 200 potential federal use cases.

U.S. Embassies are Vulnerable to Digital Snooping, Watchdogs Find

Embassies’ telecom supply chains often go through China and they aren’t fixing vulnerabilities security officers point out.