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Obama White House Makes Big Final Push for Enduring IT Reforms

Officials cheer on agency and industry innovation at Open Data Summit.

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Election Systems Are Vulnerable But Not How You Think

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Undermining citizens’ confidence in the election outcome has been a side effect of conspiracy theorists, campaigns and recent headlines, Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp told lawmakers.

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Medicine at Forefront of White House Open Data Initiatives

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For at least two projects, the impetus is personal as well as technological.

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A New Innovation in 3D-Printed Materials Lets Objects Be Both Hard and Soft

Imagine mechanical objects like door handles or pliers made entirely of rubber.

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The Algorithms That Tell Bosses How Employees Are Feeling

Sentiment-analysis software can help companies figure out what’s bothering workers—or what they’re excited about.

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The Global Cost of Electronic Waste

Computers, phones, and other digital devices increasingly are made to be thrown away—which is bad for both consumers and the environment.

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Army Racing to Catch Up to Russia On Battle Drones

After watching UAVs dominate eastern Ukrainian skies, the service is seeking counter-drone tech and new families of flying robots.

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New Background Check Bureau Advances with Director, IT Plan

The National Background Investigations Bureau begins operations Oct. 1.

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How To Ensure Trustworthy, Open Source Elections

From the perspective of voters, a trustworthy election is one in which they can be confident their votes have been counted as cast and their anonymity has been maintained.

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First FedRAMP Accelerated Authorization Takes 15 Weeks

Microsoft Customer Relationship Manager Online received the first provisional authority to operate the Accelerated process in 15 weeks.

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Should Facebook Fix This Security Bug if it Means Losing a Little Functionality and A Lot of Influence?

Facebook’s status as a top traffic referrer is a major source of its influence, as well its revenue.

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Mark Zuckerberg Released Photos of Facebook’s Highly Advanced and Rather Dystopian-Looking Data Center

The company is using the Arctic air in its Swedish location to keep the servers in the massive building cool at all times.

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