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Defense: State Department Doesn’t Have Enough People Tweeting At ISIS

In the war of online influence, the U.S. is gaining ground but is still hopelessly outmanned.

To be Successful, Hackers Need These 3 Elements

Hackers’ reconnaissance activities are shrouded within massive amounts of data, and are difficult to detect.

Q&A: Why Open Data Is an Opportunity for the Private Sector

Socrata CEO Kevin Merritt chatted with Nextgov about federal trends.

OMB Rolls Out Plan for Governance Body to Boost Shared Services

GSA will host centralized push for interagency financial management, payroll and IT tasks.

Inmates talk on pay phones in Maricopa County's jail in Arizona in 2008.

FCC Slashes Prison Phone Rates

Federal regulators overrode Republican opposition to cap phone rates for prisoners.

The Rise of Agency Innovation Labs

In the 2016 budget, the Obama administration proposed more funding to help launch idea labs.

New Federal Action Plan for Cybersecurity ‘Days Away’ From Being Released

The plan will include steps agencies should take to recruit a qualified cyber workforce and acquire emerging technology.

Regulators: Bill Could Make Cars More Vulnerable to Hackers

Republicans want to boost the security and privacy of connected cars, but the FTC says the House plan would backfire.

CIA Director John Brennan

CIA: Brennan AOL Files on WikiLeaks ‘Absolutely’ Not Official Agency Work

The six documents published on the website date from 2007 and 2008, and include an application for a security clearance to handle classified information.

State Department Plans International Cyber Workshops in Geneva

The State Department’s next big cybersecurity discussion may take place 4,000 miles from its headquarters.