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Army Unveils Cloud Strategy

The Army's formal cloud strategy aligns with the Pentagon’s evolving policies.

How Reality-Altering Glasses Could Save the Postal Service Millions

IG says the emerging technology could help the agency improve business operations.

Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J.

Booker, McCaskill Beg Higher-Ups for Updated Senate Tech

A letter from the two senators says the Senate has failed to adopt even basic private sector best practices when it comes to technology and is even pacing behind other federal agencies.

Union: IRS Budget Cuts Hurt Workforce, Customer Service

Starving the agency that collects the funds that keep the rest of the government running is bad strategy, NTEU president says.

 A Southwest airlines jet waiting to depart in view of the air traffic control tower at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.

Exclusive: FAA Computer Systems Hit by Cyberattack Earlier this Year

Hackers earlier this year attacked a Federal Aviation Administration network with malicious software, an assault that has gone undisclosed until now.

Snowden: NSA Not (Specifically) Looking for Your Nude Photos

Americans are largely bored with conversations about surveillance reform. What about when it touches on their most intimate communications?

Chelsea Manning is Tweeting From Military Prison

She tweets by calling her PR firm and dictating over the telephone.

Immigration Ruling Also Halted Buildout of Digital Work Permit System

The injunction has halted plans to accommodate the intake of an additional 5 million undocumented individuals whose deportations would be postponed by Obama's policies.

Sen. Al Franken Urges FBI to Crack Down on Revenge Porn

“New technologies can pose significant threats if bad actors are not held accountable to our nation’s laws,” Franken said.