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Beware the Unwitting Insider Threat

Employees who click on dubious email attachments, plug in unsecured storage devices or leave laptops unsecured, among other problematic IT practices, may be the biggest threat posed to securing federal agency networks.

Why Paid Parental Leave Could Be Key to Diversifying the Tech Workforce

The president's new parental leave policy may entice more women to seek STEM jobs in the federal government versus the private sector.

This Is How Feds Will Protect Sensitive Data in the Cloud

The so-called high-impact baseline has become a major priority because of recent demand from both the Defense Department and civilian agencies.

CTO Megan Smith shares a laugh with a middle school student from Newark, N.J. and Code.org Founder Hadi Partovi, center, after teaching U.S. President Barack Obama how to code at the White House.

Federal CTO’s New Mission: Raise the Government’s Tech IQ

Megan Smith is touting the Obama administration’s all-of the-above approach to refreshing its tech workforce, including tapping Silicon Valley alumni to work on short-term projects and retraining existing federal techies.

Marco Rubio Wants to Permanently Extend NSA Mass Surveillance

The Florida Republican and likely White House contender is further separating himself from other 2016 hopefuls in the Senate.

Obama to Agencies: We Need More Regulations on Commercial Drone Use

After drone crashes near the White House, the president directed federal agencies to release rules.

Feds Get a How-To Guide for Responding to Social Media Hacks

If you’re a fed whose job involves dealing with your department’s social media accounts, this resource is worth a look.

GSA Spends Over $100 Million for New Cloud Services

Awarded through GSA’s Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies, the contract will be a GSA-wide procurement vehicle,

Nonprofits Offer Help with Agency Records Management

National Archives welcomes input on preservation of electronic communications.

VA’s System for Managing IT Projects Comes Under Scrutiny

A new inspector general report finds the system needs some monitoring of its own.