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Here's Why the FBI Can't Hack into the iPhone

One incredibly simple setting has baffled the FBI.

President Obama in March 2015.

Obama Transparency Initiative Lacks Political Will, Advocates Say

Two dozen civil society groups cite incomplete initiatives, no mandate.

See Something Suspicious Online? Homeland Security Wants to Know About It

DHS is seeking just $1 million and one full-time employee to administer the new program.

U.S Citizenship and Immigration Services CIO Mark Schwartz

DHS Official: US Digital Service Not Only a Fix-It Team

Beyond IT troubleshooting, USDS aims to change federal employees' approach to digital services, one member says.

Beth Cobert testifies at her confirmation hearing on Feb. 4.

Cobert Ineligible to Be Acting OPM Director, IG Says

Any decisions she made in her acting status are null and subject to court challenge, McFarland writes in letter.

A Dell laptop computer running Windows 10 is on display at the Microsoft Build conference in San Francisco.

System Update: Pentagon Upgrading 4 Million Devices to Windows 10

The news comes almost three months after DOD Chief Information Officer Terry Halvorsen – with Defense Secretary Ash Carter’s blessing – put the Pentagon’s components on notice to prepare for the move.

 “The implications of the government’s demands are chilling,” Cook wrote.

Apple to Fight Court Order on San Bernardino Attacker’s iPhone

The company says it will fight an order that instructs it to provide “reasonable technical assistance” to unlock an iPhone that belonged to one of the attackers.

Will Congress Write a $3 Billion Check for Better Federal IT Systems?

It’s still unclear what strategy the White House is pursuing to make the newly proposed IT modernization fund a reality.

How Can You Train AI to Get Smarter? The Intelligence Community Wants to Know

IARPA wants to guard against an "AI winter," during which there's less research and less funding for AI.