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OMB Director Shaun Donovan recently announced a governmentwide council of chief privacy officers.

Obama's Coming Privacy Council Welcomed by Industry Leader

Budget director's call for professionalization of privacy officers called a turning point.

NASA: Bright Spots on the Dwarf Planet Ceres Aren't Aliens

Nothing like it has been seen in the solar system before.

OPM Rushed to Award $20M Post-Hack Contract -- and Ran Afoul of Federal Contracting Rules, IG Says

Because of OPM's missteps, "millions of taxpayer dollars were put at risk for waste or loss" the IG says.

OMB Preps New Policy on Data Centers

OMB’s retooled guidelines are part of the administration's roadmap for implementing and operationalizing FITARA.

Federal Paper Pushing Costs Taxpayers Millions

OMB and Treasury push agencies to catch up with private-sector electronic invoicing.

Making Decisions in a Time of Transition

How new leaders can harness data to make the right choices.

DARPA Wants Early Warning System for Cyberattacks

The Defense Department’s emerging technology agency is hosting a proposer’s day next week on rapid attack detection and characterization.

UPDATED: State Department Hackers May Have Stolen Sensitive Data, Watchdog Says

The intrusions also caused "significant downtime to normal business operations."

FBI Director: It’s Impossible to Ban All Encryption

The government can at least make it harder to hide from surveillance, James Comey says.

Breathing New Life Into Shared Services

How agencies can centralize IT systems without losing control.