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Facebook Data ‘Does Not Contradict’ Intelligence on Russia Meddling

The social platform says it has a problem with government-run efforts to manipulate public opinion.

Space: Trump's Least Controversial Frontier

Unlike in other policy areas, the president can pay significant attention to the U.S. space program with little risk of backlash.

Trump's DHS CIO Pick is a Former Secret Service Agent, Hedge Fund CISO

Richard Staropoli would fill the spot left vacant by Luke McCormack.

The Government Wants a Thriving Cyber Insurance Market. Here’s How It’s Getting Started

The Homeland Security Department wants to build a massive repository of cybersecurity and breach data that insurers can learn from.

Rep. Will Hurd, R-Texas, speaks to the South San Antonio Chamber of Commerce in 2015.

Hurd to Introduce Revised IT Modernization Bill with White House Support

The Modernizing Government Technology Act, take two.

People Are Calling In to a New 'Criminal Alien' Hotline With Reports of Extraterrestrials

On Wednesday, the administration launched a new office to “assist victims of crimes committed by criminal aliens.” Some rang in with reports of UFOs.

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Federal Cloud Spending Has Stalled, Report Says

The slowdown could be a blip in the market's double-digit growth.

Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Texas

McCaul: Expect a Major IT Modernization Push after Cyber Executive Order

The effort to modernize government technology will likely be driven by Rep. Will Hurd’s legislation, the House Homeland chairman said.

Terry Halvorsen, former DOD CIO

Pentagon’s Top Techie Needs Purchasing Power of Closest Allies, Former DOD CIO Says

The country's closest allies have CIO counterparts who can make small investments promising technology. Not so in the U.S.

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