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VA CIO: OPM Breach Is a Lesson for All Employees

VA defends against 55,000 new malware variants every day, according to the agency.

Is the White House Skirting Governmentwide Cybersecurity Rules?

The White House’s unclassified networks were breached by hackers last fall.

Migrating to the Cloud in Six Easy Steps

Forget the comprehensive plan. Keep it simple.

No, agencies don't really a "big data" button. Yet.

Data-Driven Government? Not Yet. Feds Still Manage by Hunch

In a true data-driven culture, leaders need to be willing to rethink their plans and perhaps even change course based on what the data says, according to EPA CTO Greg Godbout.

 Clinton delivers remarks at the Partnership Meeting on Wildlife Trafficking in 2012.

Hillary Clinton's Email Address at State Was in High Demand

A new batch of State Department emails shows that some powerful Washingtonians quickly got Clinton's private email address—and others were eager to get it.

Why Chief Data Officers Should Really be Chief Digital Officers

Having a chief data officer is akin to the Army having a chief bullet officer or hospitals having a chief bandage officer.

OPM Director Katherine Archuleta, left, and others, are sworn in on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, June 24, 2015, prior to testifying before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee hearing on recent cyber attacks. From left are, Archul

Why the Lawsuit Against OPM over the Massive Data Breach Faces an Uphill Battle

Demonstrating damages have been suffered will be the challenge, legal experts say.

This NASA Software Aims to Make the Skies a Little Bit More Organized

The tool is expected to help air traffic controllers better manage the spacing between each aircraft as they make their final descent.

OPM May Announce Size of Second Data Breach Next Week

The embattled federal agency is planning to reveal details about a breach of security-clearance information as soon as early next week, according to Hill sources.