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NSA leader Adm. Mike Rogers

National Security Agency to Unveil Workforce Restructuring in January

Adm. Rogers describes changes aimed at modernizing how the agency executes its mission.

Ted Cruz Is Correct: The NSA Reform Bill Allows More Spying

With terrorism fears running high, Cruz and Rubio traded shots over government surveillance.

Agencies Get Marching Orders for Filling ‘Major’ Cyber Talent Shortage

Boosting the government’s information security workforce is a key part of the Obama administration’s long-term strategy for securing federal networks.

Tomorrow’s Internet of Things Will Rely on Today’s Aging Networks – and That’s a Problem

U.S. Chief Information Officer Tony Scott said government-owned networks have had a hard time keeping up with the rapid pace of change in technology.

Audit: EPA Used 'Covert Propaganda' in Water-Rule Social Media Campaign

Social-media blitz violated propaganda, lobbying laws, GAO says.

An MQ-1 Predator  flies over the Southern California Logistics Airport in 2012

Air Force to Ask for More Drones

Plan would add 3,500 Reaper pilots and up to five more ops centers around the country

Militants from the Islamic State parade in a commandeered Iraqi security forces armored vehicle on a main street in Mosul, Iraq.

New OPM Cyber Czar Worried About an ISIS Hack

Clifton Triplett -- named OPM's first-ever senior cyber and IT adviser last month – says forthcoming access controls will blunt the severity of any future hack.

DHS Wants to Offer Alternative Contracts to Silicon Valley Startups

Traditional procurement takes too long for the new Silicon Valley office, a new DHS notice says.

This NOAA satellite image taken on Oct. 23, 2015 shows the Category 5 Hurricane Patricia moving over Mexico's Pacific Coast.

Amid Concern Over Nation’s Weather-Forecasting System, Congress Eyes Commercial Solutions

A legislator linked the rise of commercial vendors to the hurdles faced by NOAA as it operates two massive weather satellite operations.