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The numbers alone aren't enough to change how an agency makes decisions.
Federal employees might be overconfident about their IT systems' intrusion detection ability.
With an administration shift, the people appointed sometimes “don’t even know how to spell ‘information technology,'" one former agency CIO said.
3D printing is opening doors to amazing opportunities and benefits – as well as some undeniable dangers. Patience and caution about regulating it will yield more innovation.
Former secretary of State becomes first presidential candidate to back implementation of DATA Act.
The presumptive Democratic nominee laid out her tech agenda this week.
A proposed change to a common U.S. customs form would allow the government to vet travelers’ social media accounts.
Hint: it's about pizza.
It's no cakewalk, exactly, to get the federal sector to embrace certain open source tools.