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House Oversight Passes FITARA Backup Plan

The panel moved along a standalone bill to extend sunsetting provisions—just in case.

Is That Really You Typing? New DOD Tech Will Know

In its quest to drop common access cards, the Defense Department is piloting an authentication system based on the nuances of users' typing.

Air Force Capt. Wilfred Noel, deputy chief of the Air Force Research Lab, left, and 1st Lt. Jason Rathje, an advanced weapon design engineer with Air Force Research Lab weapons dynamics and control science branch, right, pilot quadrotor vehicles.

The Army Seeks Internet-of-Battlefield-Things, Distributed Bot Swarms

After nearly two decades of war against technologically unsophisticated foes, the Army Research Lab is reorienting to counter China and Russia.

Advisory Group: Before You Plug in that Smart Device, We Need to Have a Talk

A government-industry group is prepping a plan for how makers of connected devices should talk about security with customers.

U.S. Digital Service Shares First Priorities Under Trump

The tech team has new allies but many familiar projects.

How the State Department Prioritized Passport Customers

During peak passport processing, the agency is doing more with fewer employees.

Watchdog: Without a Plan, Motor Carrier Safety Agency Can’t Update I.T.

A GAO report dinged the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration for a half-baked IT modernization plan.

Top Cyber Diplomat Stepping Down

Chris Painter has been the State Department’s cyber coordinator since the office was launched in 2011.

Insider Trader Learns the Hard Way: Don’t Google ‘Insider Trading’

The SEC brought charges against a scientist who asked the internet how to avoid SEC detection.

Trump Adds to GSA Leadership

The president appointed an associate administrator to the Office of Governmentwide Policy.