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Pentagon Expanding Behavioral Biometrics With Keystroke Tracker

A new group signed to see if the technology can help fight insider threats.

FCC CIO Won’t Head to NGA After All

David Bray revealed a change of plans to the FCC staff.

Sen. Brian Schatz at a Senate Appropriations subcommittee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington in May.

Dems Want Proof FCC Net Neutrality Page Was Actually Attacked

The agency said a coordinated attack forced it offline in May; skeptics suggest it was a flood of comments by net neutrality supporters.

Apple CEO Tim Cook with President Donald Trump, right, and Jared Kushner, White House Senior Adviser, left, at an American Technology Council roundtable on June 19.

Why the American Technology Council Stands As Others Disband

The American Technology Council is comprised of government officials, not private-sector personnel

OMB To Congress: DATA Act Could Advance Trump's Agenda

A pilot that gathers spending data directly from contractors and grant recipients could also help agencies better assess spending.

Almost Half of Traffic To Government Sites Comes From Smartphones and Tablets

Mobile devices account for about 43 percent of traffic to government sites.

Election Commission Wants to Work with DHS on Election Cybersecurity

DHS and the Election Assistance Commission are in a race to shore up voting systems before the 2018 midterm elections.

Congress is Looking for a Few Good Techies

Congressional Innovation Fellowship wants to bring tech expertise to the Hill.

NGA Wants Bleeding-Edge Tech and Talent—And It Will Open Up to Get Them

The intel agency is open to sharing its data with industry. It also wants its own tour-of-duty tech team.

NIST Releases Updated Cyber and Privacy Guidance Draft

The new draft will be open for comment through mid-September.