The Eric Schmidt-Backed Startup Working to Put Hillary Clinton in the White House

The Groundwork, according to Democratic campaign operatives and technologists, is part of efforts by Schmidt to elect Clinton.

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VA Hires Part of 'Rescue Team' to Run


The new VA site is supposed to be a single sign-on portal hosting all online veteran services.

After ISIS, Americans Fear Cyberattacks Most

Nearly three in four people consider them a major threat to the U.S.


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White House: If Unchecked, Big Data Could Lead to Discrimination

A new report warns that algorithms might inadvertently be biased against certain populations.


Box Rolls Out FedRAMP-Approved Government Offering

With that authority, Box for Government can now serve civilian agencies at the FedRAMP-moderate level.


Justice is Crafting a Body Camera Catalog for Local Police Forces

Data protection and privacy controls are scattered throughout the seven-page list of characteristics that will be included in the guide.


4 Steps to Consider When Creating a Cloud Strategy in 2016

To become a source of competitive advantage, federal IT administrators implementing a cloud strategy should consider the following steps.


SpaceX Has Landed its Fastest-Flying Rocket Yet on a Floating Platform at Sea

After launching JCSAT-14, SpaceX landed the first stage of its rocket on a floating platform at sea for the second time ever.

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Attention CIOs, Stay on Top of FITARA even During Presidential Transition

OMB plans to issue new IT budget planning guidance that would “focus on empowering agency CIOs.”


After ISIS, Americans Fear Cyberattacks the Most

Nearly three in four people consider them a major threat to the U.S.


Labor Department Launches New Jobs Site for Vets -- separate from -- puts agencies’ employment resources in one place.