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Auditor Finds Infosec Weaknesses in Most FBI Domains

The severity of the weaknesses isn’t clear from the annual report summary.

If You Go Into Space For a Long Time, You Come Back a Genetically Different Person

Scott Kelly's year in space on the International Space Station made him a little less identical to his Earth-bound twin, Mark.

Agencies Need to To Quit Being Difficult Customers If They Want Startup Tech

Even posting project solicitations in more popular places could help agencies find new partners solutions, tech experts said.

Lt. Gen. Paul Nakasone

NSA Pick Will Develop Cyber Retaliation Plans But Don’t Expect Government to Use Them

The other options for deterring cyberattacks aren't much better, though.

Scammers Are Using Fake IRS Sites To Steal Your Personal Info

They're also spoofing tax preparers' websites, security researchers said.

Rep. Will Hurd, R-Texas

Agencies Could Be Graded On More Than FITARA Under New Scorecard

At least one lawmaker wants to transition the scorecard to have a wider focus beyond FITARA but not everyone is ready to move on.

Margaret Weichert

What the President’s Management Agenda Will Say About IT, CIOs and Office of American Innovation

The agenda will include bringing more people to the table and having OMB take the lead.

GSA Awards First Wave of Contracts in White House’s IT Overhaul

The five awards will support each pillar of the IT Modernization Centers of Excellence program.

An Atlas V rocket launches with the X-37B spacecraft.

Trump Calls for a Space Force, a Concept His Pentagon Opposes

The president’s words could reanimate a legislative proposal that the defense secretary and others thought they had killed.

Protest on JEDI Cloud Support Contract Dismissed

The Government Accountability Office dismissed a bid protest filed in February against a $7 million sole-source cloud support contract related to the Defense Department’s JEDI Acquisition.