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TSA agents work at a security check-point at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport in SeaTac, Wash.

Feds Heighten Scrutiny of TSA Screeners and Aviation Staff to Thwart Insider Threat

The prospective measures stem from a report the Department of Homeland Security requested after a former baggage handler last December allegedly helped smuggle loaded guns aboard a plane bound for New York City.

18F’s Hillary Hartley on Redesigning Government Services: Put the People First

As deputy executive director of GSA’s digital services team, Hillary Hartley’s job is to put customers at the forefront of any technology project.

NSA: Rules of War Apply to Cyberwar, Too

In the tightly controlled discussion about cyber weapons, this counts as a step toward transparency.

HealthCare.gov Still Gets Poor Marks for Customer Experience

The U.S. Postal Service and the National Parks Service get highest grades in government.

TSP Participants Could Be Vulnerable to Hackers, Auditors Say

Once in the system, hackers could take loans or withdrawals from retirement accounts.

US CTO Megan Smith

Republican Lawmakers Want More Accountability for US CTO Role

The new legislation would make it easier for lawmakers to compel the U.S. chief technology officer to testify before Congress.

White House Promotes Tech Meetups

Under federal CTO Megan Smith, the White House hosted its first tech meetup, encouraging technologists from across the U.S. to network with each other.

Video: Is the iPad Dead?

Say it ain't so.

Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C.

How Secure is an Email Tip Line for Federal Employees?

Congressman Mark Meadows announced on Thursday the launch of an email account for federal employees to send anonymous complaints about their working conditions, according to his website.

These 3 Steps Could Prevent 85 Percent of All Data Breaches

A great many cyber calamities are preventable through basic cybersecurity hygiene.