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How Can Agencies Balance IT Innovation and Cost Savings?

The tech explosion and declining federal budgets have put the government in a tough spot.

Screenshot of the app in the Google Play store.

DHS App Aims to Help First Responders Find Missing People

The "Lost Person Behavior App" is available for $9.99 from iTunes.

Renewable Energy Lab Begins Moving More Sensitive Data to the Cloud

In 2009 NREL set out in earnest to open up and share its data through an application that became known as OpenEI.

Director of National Intelligence James Clapper testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington.

Intelligence Chief: OPM Hack Was Not a ‘Cyberattack’

The intrusion of OPM networks did not involve the destruction or manipulation of data.

Federal CIO Tony Scott

Plan for Responding to Barrage of Agency Hacks Coming this Fall, Federal CIO Says

The new recommendations will build on the 30-day “cybersecurity sprint” mandated by the White House this summer.

Experts: Stop Calling Everything Cyberwar

Flubbing cyber terminology could have real-world consequences.

The Internet of Things Might Force You To Restructure Your Team

Organizations taking several months to make decisions are "not thinking about the future."

State Department Says It Is 'Strained to the Limit' With Clinton Emails

Agency says it need to shift massive resources to deal with a big FOIA backlog and the remaining unreleased messages from Hillary Clinton’s tenure as secretary.

2015 Bold Awards Recognize Government Innovators

From more than 1,000 nominees, Nextgov’s editorial team selected 10 winners who took strategic risks to boost their agency’s technological prowess.