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Feds Warn Against Hurricane Harvey Charity Scams

FEMA and US-CERT have both warned citizens to verify that certain charities are legitimate before sending money.

NASA's New Space Telescope Is in Harvey's Path

Here’s how they’re protecting the $8.6 billion project.

Trump’s Lack of ‘Moral Infrastructure’ Causes Cyber Advisers to Resign

Board members also condemned the president’s response to racist violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Now Is the Time to Think About How Artificial Intelligence Will Change War

The cost of engaging in cyberspace is much lower than that of human combat.

Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue, in an email to department staff, said: “As public servants, our greater understanding of these important rules will help serve USDA’s mission.”

USDA Mobile App 'Reaffirms' Trump Ethics Standards

The app gives employees easy access to federal ethics guidelines.

Here’s a Cloud Guide Written by Feds for Feds. Will the White House Listen?

The interagency group has been sharing the draft to solicit further feedback and attract the White House's attention.

A U.S. Army veteran waits for prescription drugs in a pharmacy waiting room inside the Fayetteville Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Fayetteville, N.C.

How VA Turns Survey Data into Better Veteran Health Care

Real-time feedback could help the Veterans Affairs Department direct respondents to task forces for suicide or homelessness.

OMB Steers Agency R&D Budgets Toward Security, ‘Energy Dominance’

Fiscal 2019 initiatives should be “budget neutral” and agencies should consider private-sector solutions, guidance states.

Time’s Running Out to Prevent a Massive Cyberattack on Critical Infrastructure, Advisory Group Says

The report urges rapidly declassifying cyber threat information between industry and government and other measures to ease the exchange.

This satellite image taken Tuesday, June 20, 2017, and released by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration shows a tropical storm over the Gulf of Mexico approaching the Gulf Coast.

Delayed NOAA Supercomputing Contract to be Bid Out in October

The agency shared more details about what it needs to process weather data.