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Rep. Will Hurd, R-Texas

Lawmaker Says Justice Department is Wrong About Encryption

Rep. Will Hurd, R-Texas, thinks weakening encryption would be bad for national security.

Census Needs $4.5B More for 2020 Count, Commerce Secretary Says

The funds are crucial to getting the IT back on track, Wilbur Ross told lawmakers.

A U.S. Air Force RC-135, which is made by L3 Technologies.

Top Defense CEO Blasts Washington Budget Gridlock

‘National security is not an entitlement,” said Michael Strianese, chairman and CEO of L3 Technologies.

Rep. Mark Meadows, R-S.C.

Lawmakers Want Answers on 'Unacceptable' Security Clearance Backlog

OPM and Defense Department argue over which is better able to oversee the clearance process.

Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., speaks at a news conference at the U.S embassy in Nigeria in 2015.

House Passes FITARA Enhancement Act

The bill, which passed 418 to 0, would get rid of some of the sunsetting provisions of the original FITARA.

White House Chief of Staff John Kelly and Kirstjen Nielsen speak together as they walk across the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, Tuesday, Aug. 22, 2017

Trump to Pick Kelly Deputy for Top Homeland Security Post

Kirstjen Nielsen, a cybersecurity expert, was formerly DHS chief of staff.

NIST’s Physical Security Falls Short, Undercover Audit Finds

Auditors gained unauthorized access to secured parts of NIST buildings where they could have infected computers or caused physical damage.

In this geocolor image GOES-16 satellite image taken Friday, Sep. 8, 2017, at 10:45 UTC, Hurricane Irma, center, approaches Cuba and Florida, with Hurricane Katia, left, in the Gulf of Mexico, and Hurricane Jose, right, in the Atlantic Ocean.

U.S. Government’s Hurricane-Hunting Satellite Scheduled to Launch Next Month

NOAA's sending a high-powered replacement into space to boost its weather forecasting capabilities.

Defense Contractors Could Face Pay-Back Clause for Losing Bid Protests

Incumbent contractors that lose a bid protest may end up footing the bill for the government's costs.

Early voters use electronic ballot casting machines at the Franklin County Board of Elections, Monday, Nov. 7, 2016, in Columbus, Ohio.

A Law is Expiring That Allows Ethical Hackers to Help Protect U.S. Elections

Renewing a Digital Millennium Copyright Act exemption for ethical hacking is vital for election security, researchers say.