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Nuclear Weapons Technology Is Out of Date

The majority of the systems in the Wyoming U.S. Air Force launch control center date back to the 1960s and 1970s.

Buying Cloud Services: What the U.S. Can Learn from the UK

British government agencies have access to a comprehensive listing of cloud service suppliers available through pre-vetted vendors working on six-month acquisition cycles.

The White House's Encryption Views Are All Over the Map

Some government officials are focused on catching criminals, while others worry about empowering hackers.

Satisfaction with Federal Government Drops Yet Again

The Treasury Department had the lowest customer satisfaction score in the federal government, largely because of the IRS.

Oversight Lawmakers Probe Extent of Juniper Hack Across Federal Government

Last month, the company announced the discovery of unauthorized code in its technology.

Industry Group Weighs In: FedRAMP Needs Fixing

The industry group’s recommendations mirror efforts announced by the FedRAMP office last week, which focused on speeding up authorizations as well as increasing transparency.

Here’s How the Pentagon Plans to Protect Security Clearance Data

The new IT systems storing background investigation forms on millions of federal employees and contractors will use end-to-end encryption.

Report: OMB Cuts Contracts for Mobile Devices

The new policy could force agencies to consolidate their contracts over the next few years.

Don’t Ask for Permission to Use Agile. Just Start Doing It.

In attempting to move your program to agile methods, you may encounter a number of challenges more common for government program managers than for commercial firms.

TurboTax, H&R Block and TaxAct all Use This Security Feature. Why Doesn’t the IRS?

The Internal Revenue Service is not keeping pace with modern hacking, according to agency watchdogs.