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Health workers carry the body of a old man from his house as he is suspected of dying from the Ebola virus in the Siah Town area on the outskirts of Monrovia, Liberia.

Exclusive: AFRICOM Plans High-Speed Circuits to Liberia

U.S. military plans to lease a 622 megabit terrestrial circuit from Europe to Liberia.

Government’s Sustainability Efforts Present ‘Big Data Opportunity’

A combination of recent federal policies and emerging technologies have the potential to significantly curb agencies’ energy spending.

Puzzling Fact: Trade Envoys May Not Text Foreign Counterparts

Federal Records Act requires archiving except for transitory messages.

Race is On for Defense Health Record – but VA Backs Out of Competition

Four teams of contractors are vying for the electronic health record system contract – and the $11 billion prize attached.

A person tries out the BlackBerry 10.

Defense Mobile Update: BlackBerry Still Dominates

BlackBerry devices in use by the Defense Department total 85,000 -- 10 times the number of Apple and Android devices.

US Army Will Provide Wi-Fi for NGOs in the Fight Against Ebola

The networks the Army is setting up in West Africa will support both military users and NGOs, such as Doctors without Borders.

British Spies Allowed to Access U.S. Data Without a Warrant

Newly released documents from the British government reveal a lack of judicial oversight for how it sifts through communications data collected by the NSA and other foreign governments.

NSA Director Adm. Michael Rogers

NSA Chief Warns Companies Against Revenge Hacking

"Hacking back" may be illegal, Michael Rogers said. But his advice doesn't apply to the agency he heads.