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CYBERCOM Seeks an Integrator for its Cyber Training Environment

The integrator will pull together disparate parts of the cyber training environment being built by other contractors.

GSA Took 800 Days to Notify Some Data Breach Victims

The agency also changed its rules in ways that could make notifications for breach victims less timely, an agency auditor found.

Hackers Breach Healthcare.gov

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services acknowledged 75,000 people's records were accessed but haven’t disclosed who might be behind it.

A United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket carrying the AEHF-4 satellite lifts off at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida, on Oct. 17.

Mattis Asks Trump to OK Space Command, Pick Leaders

The Pentagon has made a number of internal moves to create the 11th combatant command.

Election Day Security Chat Room Will Be Open to More Than 3,000 County-Level Officials

The chat room will operate on an unclassified level and invite participation from across U.S. counties, a DHS official said.

Report Offers Options For Effectively Using Blockchain in Government

Blockchain is often seen as an over-hyped technology. But that doesn’t mean it doesn’t have its uses.

Analysis: Neil Armstrong And The America That Could Have Been

After the first moon landing, the feelings that propelled a unified national mission quickly dissipated. Could Armstrong have played a bigger role in galvanizing the public for future projects?

Trump's NASA Administrator: ‘No Reason’ to Dismiss U.N. Climate Report

In a wide-ranging interview, Jim Bridenstine explains his plans for NASA, the nerve-wracking Soyuz launch failure, and his views on climate change.

Tech Industry Group Dissolves Public Sector Division

An Information Technology Industry Council reorganization is changing how it will push for government IT issues.

Only Two-Thirds of Federal Domains Meet Email Security Deadline

The government still plans to reach near 100 percent compliance in the “near future,” DHS official says.