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What the First Presidential Campaign Websites Looked Like

The site made for Bob Dole’s 1996 presidential run is a little jewel in Internet history.

NASA’s New Telescope Will Have a View 100 Times Bigger Than Hubble’s

Are we alone in the universe? What is dark energy? The WFIRST telescope aims to answer both of these questions.

White House Wants to Train K-12 Students to Be Nation’s Future Cyber Defense

The White House’s $4 billion plan for computer science curriculum in K-12 schools is about more than education reform.

IRS Phishing Scams Up 400 Percent, Agency Warns

As of mid-February, the IRS has already experienced 1,389 incidents.

Department of Homeland Security Computer Emergency Readiness Team Director Ann Barron-DiCamillo testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, June 24, 2015, before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee hearing on recent cyber attacks.

Head of DHS' Emergency Cyber Unit Stepping Down

During her three years in office, Ann Barron-DiCamillo, head of the U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team, has been a mainstay on Capitol Hill.

DHS Threat Data Sharing Program a Good First Step But Here Are Its Shortcomings

The only real barrier to this program’s success won’t be technical. It will be trust.

HHS Begins Search for New CIO

The position opened up when former CIO Frank Baitman stepped down in November after a nearly 4-year tenure.

The new ballot box?

Google Wants to Run Elections on its Site

Perhaps one day we'll elect presidents through Google.

What the White House Cybersecurity Plan Says About the Internet of Things

DHS is working with Underwriters Laboratories to evaluate connected devices for safety vulnerabilities.

Tech Tips for the Next President

The recommendations prioritize five categories, including “reinventing government technology."