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Rep. Fred Upton, R-Mich.

Is Post-Breach Credit Monitoring Useful? Lawmakers Ask GAO to Review

The use of such services has become routine as the number of data breaches in both government and the private sector has ratcheted up.

Jeh Johnson Says He'll Stop Checking Gmail from Work, 'Probably Should Have Done It Sooner'

Johnson addressed reports that he and his senior staffers were using work computers to check private webmail accounts.

NASA’s First Image of The Whole Earth Since 1972 is Breathtaking

The Deep Space Climate Observatory sent back a new blue marble photo.

What It Will Take to Move the Needle on Reform

For each step forward on acquisition, rules or inaction stall progress.

Treasury Taps 18F to Craft New $10 Bill's Digital Strategy

GSA's tech fix-it team advised the Treasury on getting the public to speak up about the redesign.

WASHINGTON, DC - JUNE 6: Sign at the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) in Washington, DC on June 6, 2015. OPM manages the civil service of the federal government.

OPM Changes Privacy Rules to Let Investigators Inside All Databases

About 40 systems, holding medical files and complaint records, among other things, are affected by the policy change.

White House Wants Agencies to Prioritize Emerging Tech in Next Year’s Budget

Nanotechnology, robotics and cyber-physical systems get a shout-out in the budget memo.

There’s A Plan to Immediately Purge Some Governmentwide Network Surveillance Data

Destruction could free up storage space and have the added benefit of protecting privacy.

Federal CIO Tony Scott, center, and Sylvia Burns, Interior Department CIO, right, testify before Congress.

Why It Still Sucks to Be a CIO in Government and What a New Law Can Do About It

While CIOs claim the “chief” title, in many cases their hands have been tied by sprawling bureaucratic structures and a lack of institutional heft.