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Election Commission Wants to Work with DHS on Election Cybersecurity

DHS and the Election Assistance Commission are in a race to shore up voting systems before the 2018 midterm elections.

Congress is Looking for a Few Good Techies

Congressional Innovation Fellowship wants to bring tech expertise to the Hill.

NGA Wants Bleeding-Edge Tech and Talent—And It Will Open Up to Get Them

The intel agency is open to sharing its data with industry. It also wants its own tour-of-duty tech team.

NIST Releases Updated Cyber and Privacy Guidance Draft

The new draft will be open for comment through mid-September.

IARPA Funds Project To Track Worker Productivity with Sensors

A new study aims to understand the impact stress has on worker performance.

Police fire pepper spray at protestors during a demonstration in downtown Washington on Jan. 20.

Can the U.S. Government Seize an Anti-Trump Website's Visitor Logs?

The Department of Justice is seeking the 1.3 million IP addresses that accessed a website advertising Inauguration Day protests.

More Bad News from IRS About Taxpayer Info Security

A restricted GAO report hints at severe vulnerabilities of taxpayer data.

Draft Bill Would Create Connected Device Advisory Board for Agencies

Rep. Robin Kelly plans to introduce companion legislation to the Senate's Internet of Things Cybersecurity Improvements Act—possibly with a few tweaks.

CYBERCOM Plans Industry Day in October

This will be the first industry day for the 7-year-old command.

U.S. Digital Service Is Three Years Old

One of the government's tech teams celebrates its third anniversary.