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How Secure is Federal Data at Branch Offices and Other Remote Sites?

Almost 90 percent of federal leaders polled in a new survey say they are concerned about their ability to secure sensitive information in branch offices.

Rep. Will Hurd, R-Texas

What Congress Hopes Agencies Learn from Atrocious FITARA Grades

Agencies on average earned a D grade on new scorecards released by the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee.

Justice Department Wants Anti-Drone Systems for Prisons

Unmanned air vehicles "have presented a new and evolving threat" for federal prison facilities.

NASA and ESA astronauts conduct a spacewalk in 2006.

NASA is Hiring Astronauts

The last time NASA opened up astronaut applications, in 2012, it received over 6,000 responses

Obama signs an executive order pledging transparency on his first day in office.

Latest Obama Transparency Plan Seeks Improved Email Recordkeeping

Intelligence Community also weighs in with commitment to new openness.

Critical Mobile Device Decision for 2020 Census Remains Unsettled

The Census Bureau doesn't plan to decide what type of mobile device it will use for its 2020 count until next year, Steven Cooper, chief information officer for the Commerce Department, told lawmakers on Tuesday.

Most Agencies Earn Ds on IT Reform Scorecard

Most federal agencies earned barely-passing grades from lawmakers when it comes to implementing FITARA.

Here’s the Government’s New Definition of a Major Cyberincident

The new definition comes in annual guidance issued to agencies by the Office of Management and Budget as part of the Federal Information Security Management Act.

Census Delays Key Decisions About Using Tech in 2020 Count

If Census has any hope of cutting costs and increasing efficiency for its 2020 count, it should pay more attention to its IT plans.

All the Deadlines in the White House’s New Cyber To-Do List

These are the dates agency chief information officers, chief information security officers and other officials need to know.