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The sun emitting potentially dangerous solar flares.

The White House is Prepping for the Most Violent Space Weather Imaginable

Here’s the plan for responding to a destructive solar storm.

U.S. Postal Service letter carrier, Jamesa Euler, delivers mail, in Atlanta.

Why the U.S. Postal Service Has the Best Customer Service in Government

The agency's "customer-obsessed" approach ranks highest in the federal government alongside the National Park Service.

Treasury’s Revamp Might Be Bumpy, Official Says

Treasury's online federal spending tracker might still have some kinks by May 2017.

DHS secretary Jeh Johnson

DHS to Meet with Tech Companies in Silicon Valley Next Week

Applying for DHS funding and securing the Internet of Things are on the agenda.

The Commerce Department's chief data officer Ian Kalin

Commerce Data Chief: Tech Can Make the Patent Process 'A Hell of a Lot Easier'

Patent applications could be processed faster if patents were machine readable.

NASA astronauts Scott Kelly, Expedition 46 Commander, left, and Kjell Lindgren, Expedition 46 Flight Engineer, right, are seen from onboard the International Space Station during a House Committee on Science, Space and Technology hearing Wednesday.

NASA Astronauts Testify Before House Space Committee

NASA’s Scott Kelly and Kjell Lindgren testified at a House hearing on Wednesday about their lives aboard the International Space Station.

State Department on the Hunt for Electronic System to Manage Emails

Under a presidential mandate, agencies must manage all email records in an electronic format by the end of 2016.

Most House Members Want to End Email Spying. Why Hasn’t Their Bill Moved?

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte is wary of hamstringing government investigations.

The legislation calls on Director of National Intelligence James Clapper to brief congressional intelligence committees on options for responding to cyberattacks.

Lawmakers Want National Security Damage Assessment on OPM Hack

The House version of the 2016 Intelligence Authorization Act mandates a report on whether the hack disrupted overseas operations.

OPM Announces Official Launch of Self-Check Site for Hack Victims

Visitors can use the Pentagon-hosted website to check if their personal data was stolen in a massive breach of sensitive background investigation files.