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Government and Technology Predictions for the New Year

Between the election, the internet of things attack, vehicle hacking, the takeoff of drones and billions of compromised emails, you almost couldn’t get away from the next big story.

FITARA Scorecards Could Better Reflect Progress, CIOs Say

In theory, the scorecards motivate agencies to perform better, but they may not always accurately capture much of the progress made.

Trump listens to his mobile phone in February.

How to Make Donald Trump’s Phone Safe

The man who led the effort to let President Obama keep his BlackBerry says the best solution for Trump might be multiple devices.

Barack Obama Slammed Russia on Election Hacking

"We need to take action, and we will."

8 Companies Protest $1.5B DHS Agile Buying Experiment

At least eight companies have filed protests with GAO.

What Hackers Want More Than Cash When They Report Bugs

More than half of internet security researchers expect to be able to test bug fixes they’ve reported.

White House Cybersecurity Coordinator Michael Daniel

White House Cyber Adviser: I Wish We Saw Election Hacking Coming

This won’t be the last time Russia or another nation interferes in U.S. elections, White House cyber adviser Michael Daniel says.

How Virtual Reality Could Be Used to Save Lives

Think these technologies are too futuristic for the government? Not anymore.

Best Places to Work in Federal IT

NASA continues to be the best large agency for federal IT specialists.

President-elect Donald Trump speaks during a meeting with technology industry leaders at Trump Tower in New York, Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2016.

Trump Asks Silicon Valley Execs to Help Find Government Waste

Federal technology was among topics Trump discussed with tech's biggest names Wednesday.

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