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Here’s How OPM Is Telling Hacked Feds Their Data Was Stolen

There are two types of notices: one for the roughly 16 million employees and family members whose Social Security numbers are known to have been compromised and another for the roughly 6 million people whose fingerprints were also copied.

An Updated Air Force One Could Withstand the Electromagnetic Pulse of a Nuclear Explosion

It will also be hardened against the electromagnetic pulse of a nuclear explosion.

The ‘Culture of No’ and 3 Other Government IT Challenges

Among the factors keeping government behind the tech curve are an aversion to change and the lack of technocratic leadership.

OPM Says It Breaks Encryption to Monitor Employees' Browsing Habits

Through a technique called "SSL decryption," the agency sees through secure online transactions between a worker’s computer inside the agency firewall and an external website.

Introducing Government as a Platform

How the next phase in digital transformation will improve citizen services.

Transportation Department Plans to Require People to Register Their Drones

The measures could go into effect by this holiday season.

Dark Web 101: What Feds Need to Know About the Underbelly of the Internet

And 8 ways to fight bad guys in the online underground, if you have been affected by a data breach.

DARPA Wants to Make Self-destructing Delivery Drones

DARPA says it wants to imitate that “material transience,” but with “more uplifting endings.”

Federal Chief Information Officer Tony Scott testifies before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, June 25, 2015, during a hearing on Federal Cybersecurity and the OPM Data Breach.

OMB Tells Agencies: No New Contracts for Desktops, Laptops

There is no need for thousands of contracts to purchase common laptops and desktops, officials say.

GSA Now Taking Bids on $50B Telecom Contract

This time, it’s for real.