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Category Management Continues Efforts to Get Better Deal for Federal Bucks

Category management has saved $2 billion since 2012, but there's more low-hanging fruit to grab.

In Defense of 18F—Because Inaction Also Has a Cost

Procurement doesn’t grab many headlines, but it is critical to the nation’s future.

National Intelligence Director-designate, former Indiana Sen. Dan Coats, in Washington Jan. 23.

Russia Election Hacks Pop Back into Focus as Trump Prepares to Address the Nation

Trump’s intel director nominee pledged to assist congressional investigations into the election breaches.

CBP field-tests a handheld mobile device.

Watchdog: DHS' Biometric Exit Tracking Still Needs Work

DHS’ previous overstay reports, including the one from fiscal 2015, have been incomplete because of “unreliable collection of departure data."

President Donald Trump speaks during a meeting in the Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington Feb. 27.

White House Names Cyber Adviser to Economic Council

Grace Koh was formerly a tech counsel to the House Energy Committee

Interior Department’s Mark Bathrick at Nextgov's Tech + Tequila  Feb. 23.

Interior Dept. to Nature: Bring It On, We've Got Drones

The agency’s growing fleet of drones are being used in disaster response, search and rescue and in containing wildfires, mitigating avalanches and monitoring volcanic eruptions.

“It is conceivable that some day soon we will see someone's otherwise capable military security force penetrated, defeated or even overrun by such technologies,” Lt. Gen. Michael Nagata said.

Counter-Terror Chief: Expect Terrorist Drone Swarms 'Soon'

An upcoming competition will spotlight systems for downing enemy UAVs attacking solo or in groups.

27 Separate Federal Programs Protect the Power Grid

And that's just between the Energy Department, the Homeland Security Department and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee, meets with reporters to discuss the process for investigating whether or how Russia influenced the presidential election, Monday, Feb. 27, 2017.

House Intelligence Leaders Show Shaky Marriage on Russia Hack Investigation

Chairman Devin Nunes says there’s no there there; ranking member Adam Schiff says it’s too early to judge.

How Long Can Border Agents Keep Your Email Password?

Some data gathered from travelers going through customs can stay in a Homeland Security database for 75 years.

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