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Data Coalition Sees Trump Win as a Call for More Open Government

The nonprofit transparency alliance issues an agenda for 2017.

Nearly 90% of Civilian Agencies Run DHS’ Einstein 3A Cyber Program

That’s up from just 50 percent in January.

An HH-1N “Huey” flies overhead to deliver a ceremonial sword during the annual cake cutting ceremony at Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Ariz., Nov. 10, 2016

Unmanned Hueys Are Coming

Remote-controlled helicopters for resupply enter new phase of development.

NIST to Small Businesses: Protect Your Networks

Small businesses could provide hackers with an entry into larger ones.

Background Check Chief: 2 Years Before Next-Gen Network Up and Running

The agency aims to launch a simpler public interface in the interim.

GSA Helps Agencies Implement MEGABYTE Act

The agency is piloting software licensing management as a service.

Ransomware Emails Use OPM Breach to Lure Victims

A cybersecurity firm spotted several thousand of the emails Tuesday.

President-elect Donald Trump speaks during his meeting with President Barack Obama in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington.

What Are President-Elect Trump’s Positions on Tech and Innovation?

While most of the real estate mogul's tech speak “has lots of implications for the private sector, it’s a bit of a blank slate when it comes to government tech.”

Will Top Cyber Talent Join the Trump Team? Jury’s Out

Some experts say patriotism will trump anxiety about the outsider candidate. Others are less sure.

Congressional Wins That Could Shape Trump's IT Agenda

IT modernization champion Will Hurd was re-elected in Texas' 23rd district.

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