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New Facebook Feature Lets Users Contact Elected Officials Directly Through Posts

It’s part of the social media giant’s efforts to connected people to government representatives.

After Tough Audits, Library of Congress IT is on the Mend

One of the key parts to the turnaround was having the CIO report directly to her, Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden said.

Don't Take the Bait: Tips to Avoid Getting Phished

The consequences of getting hooked by a phishing attempt are dire.

Office of American Innovation, OMB Seek 'Early Wins' for IT Modernization

The Jared Kushner-led innovation office meets regularly with Office of the Chief Information Officer on cyber and citizen matters.

Astronaut Peggy Whitson is seen during a spacewalk during Expedition 50 aboard the International Space Station in January.

Why Are So Many People Applying to Be Astronauts?

NASA received more than 18,300 applications for its newest class, three times more than its last round of hiring.

GSA Reorganizes to Support White House Innovation Office

The agency's Technology Transformation Service will move under the Federal Acquisition Service.

 Rep. Jim Langevin, D-R.I.

Hacking Back Could Lead to Cyber Vigilantism, Lawmaker Says

Rep. Jim Langevin warned authorizing hacking back could result in collateral damage.

What Went Wrong with DHS' Agile Contract?

The department wants to cancel its $1.54 billion agile software contracting vehicle.

Metro trains arrive in the Gallery Place-Chinatown Metro station in Washington, DC.

DHS Tests a Giant, Subway-Protecting Balloon

The agency wants to protect citizens and transportation systems from floods from natural disasters or terrorist attacks.

Filmmaker Michael Moore

Filmmaker Michael Moore Launches Site to Collect White House Secrets

Moore is encouraging administration insiders to share information privately with his team.