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GSA Wants to Make It Easier for Agencies to Get to the Cloud

The agency wants to create a cloud portfolio of products and services that can help agencies migrate to new tech.

What Color Lightsaber Would Use the Most Energy?

Is R2-D2 battery operated? And other questions pondered by the Energy Department.

Mikey Dickerson, the head of US Digital Service

Obama’s IT Hiring Agenda: Slow but Steady Progress

When it comes to recruiting tech talent, it appears the Obama administration’s efforts to attract top-flight are having an impact.

The Keystone Steele City pumping station, into which the planned Keystone XL pipeline was to connect to, is seen in Steele City, Neb., in December.

Firm Tied to Keystone XL Sues Obama Administration Over Rejected Pipeline

Domestic and international challenges extend saga over controversial tar-sands project.

NASA’s List of Space Phenomena Now Includes 'Burping'

If you think this is the first time NASA has attributed a bodily function to a space concept, you'd be wrong.

Inside the Pentagon’s Plans to Revamp the Global Command and Control System

The modernized system aims for lower costs through agile development, open standards and open source code, and applications designed with the user interface in mind.

DHS Think Startups Know How Best to Protect the Internet of Things

It's an early attempt by DHS to connect with startups -- especially those close to its new office in Silicon Valley.

Crossover Appeal: Techies Who Made the Jump from Silicon Valley to DC

Until recently, Washington's hold on talented young techies has been tenuous.

NIH-Run IT Contracting Vehicle Slashes Fees

The National Institute of Health’s Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center is paring back the prices by as much as 35 percent.