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Why Data Sharing Is the Future of Government

Communication across all levels of government will be key to effective operations and services.

Kathleen Sebelius will resign her position.

HHS Secretary to be Replaced by OMB Chief

Kathleen Sebelius to resign in wake of failed Healthcare.gov launch.

The Most Valuable Management Degree Doesn’t Exist

To make organizations more effective, we need data-driven leaders.

A KC-10A tanker refuels one of the Navy's F/A 18 fighter jets

The Navy Just Turned Seawater Into Jet Fuel

Researchers announce a major breakthrough, but don’t go filling your F-18 with ocean water just yet. By Patrick Tucker

Innovation Lessons Down Under

How the Australian Public Service built an institutional framework that empowers change.

Could Social Media Help Catch Abuse of Disability Benefits?

IG calls for pilot program to help uncover Social Security fraud.

A K-MAX pilotless freight helicopter sits at Camp Dwyer in Afghanistan’s Helmand province, in Dec. 2011. The unmanned cargo helicopter flies missions to remote outposts above roadside bombs.

New Piloting System for Drone Cargo Helicopters Passes Test Flight

A new piloting program that can fly drone supply helicopters with an app just passed a key test flight. By Patrick Tucker

Sen. Patrick Leahy. D-Vt., speaks with USAID's Dr. Rajiv Sha Tuesday.

Did the USAID Cuban Twitter Debacle 'Taint All USAID Employees as Spies?'

Sen. Patrick Leahy asked if that was the case at an appropriations hearing Tuesday.

IBM's "Watson" computer at its offices in Yorktown Heights, N.Y.

Teaching Machines How to Spell Will Help Catch Terrorists

It’s time anti-terrorism technology move beyond finding ways to replace humans and start finding ways to work with us. By David Murgatroyd