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The Internet of Things Might Force You To Restructure Your Team

Organizations taking several months to make decisions are "not thinking about the future."

State Department Says It Is 'Strained to the Limit' With Clinton Emails

Agency says it need to shift massive resources to deal with a big FOIA backlog and the remaining unreleased messages from Hillary Clinton’s tenure as secretary.

2015 Bold Awards Recognize Government Innovators

From more than 1,000 nominees, Nextgov’s editorial team selected 10 winners who took strategic risks to boost their agency’s technological prowess.

FILE In this June 6, 2013 file photo, a sign stands outside the National Security Agency (NSA) campus in Fort Meade, Md.

NSA Stepped In to Thwart OPM Hackers -- Eventually

It wasn't until after the intrusion NSA was able to provide OPM with help to try to figure out what had happened, NSA Director Adm. Michael Rogers said.

Library of Congress Finally Gets a Permanent CIO

Bernard A. Barton Jr.’s first day as CIO was Tuesday.

Post-Clinton, Kerry Creates 'Transparency Coordinator' Job at State

A longtime State Department official will seek to improve compliance with public-records laws and lawmakers’ demands for documents.

The technology used at the Census Bureau in 1940.  These massive computers are a far cry from the mobile-first tech of the 2020 Census.

Census Has Big Tech Plans for the 2020 Count. Will They Stay on Track?

The agency plans to outfit field workers with mobile devices and allow people to use the Internet to fill out the survey.

Marine Corps Wants to Wipe Out 'Evil Twin' Social Media Impostors

The agency is looking for technology that could help weed out and report fake accounts.

Federal Agencies: What's Your Hack-Response Plan?

On Sept. 15, Nextgov will host a digital event dedicated to educating federal cybersecurity stakeholders on best practices in responding to data breaches.