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HHS Focuses on Flexibility in New Health IT Plan

HHS' final Federal Health IT Strategic Plan leaves room for the unknown, according to health IT chief Karen DeSalvo.

White House Cybersecurity Coordinator Michael Daniel

Some Legacy IT in Government Is so Old, It’s 'Indefensible,’ Official Says

Security remains a “bolt-on” rather than embedded into many IT systems.

Pentagon to Industry: How Should We Do Cloud-Based Email for 1.6 Million Employees?

The Pentagon’s next-generation unclassified email system may exist entirely in the cloud.

Agency Data Chiefs on the Move -- Some Out of Government

A handful of data chiefs have packed up and left their agencies -- or government altogether.

Federal Researchers Want to Untangle Internet of Things

From fitness bracelets to driverless cars, IoT manufacturers need a common language.

The EB-5 Visa Program Allows Thousands of Wealthy Foreigners to Buy Citizenship Each Year

Each year, the government grants green cards to 10,000 rich investors, the vast majority of whom are Chinese. Is this program creating enough jobs to warrant its continuation?

Sheryl Sandberg, chief operating officer of Facebook

What Facebook’s ‘Lean In’ Guru Can Teach Troops

"If the U.S. military can get this right, other industries will follow," Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg said.

A Parrot Bebop drone flies during a demonstration event in San Francisco.

Vetoed Drone Legislation the Right Step for Growing Industry

Drones may represent the ultimate in disruptive technology.

Pentagon Races to Boost Cyber Troop Size

But do the code warriors have the right stuff?

Congress Wants to Fix the Government's Weather Forecasting System

Law­makers on both sides of the aisle are ex­press­ing fears that Amer­ica’s abil­ity to pre­dict the weath­er is in peril.