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IG Calls Out Homeland Security for ‘Questionable’ Spending Data

Auditors said more than 60 percent of transactions had errors, but Homeland Security officials disagree.

Steve Robino arranges packages on a conveyor belt at the main post office in Omaha, Neb., Thursday, Dec. 14, 2017.

Report: Post Offices Should Automate Pen-and-Paper Safety Checks

Automating compliance checklists could save time and result in better data, the Postal Service inspector general found.

Will Trump Still Be Allowed to Use His Personal Phone in the West Wing?

"The use of all personal devices for both guests and staff will no longer be allowed."

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A Government Shutdown Doesn’t Always Mean Shutting Down IT

These are the tech employees who have to work if appropriated funds run out.

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders

White House Phone Ban May Have Unintended Consequences

Former officials say the ban could trade a marginal security improvement for a much tougher working environment.

The Pentagon's Cloud Strategy Is ‘Evolving’

The department hasn't made a final decision on how many contracts it will award, a Pentagon spokesman said.

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Former NSA Contractor Admits to Stealing Confidential Documents

Harold Martin III pleaded guilty to one of 20 counts of willful retention of national defense information.

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai

How the Battle for Net Neutrality Will Continue in 2018

Proponents of net neutrality are pursuing several different paths to prevent internet service providers from tampering with website access.

Data Breach Affected More Than 240,000 Homeland Security Workers, IG Confirms

The breach also affected non-DHS employees who communicated with the department’s inspector general.

GSA’s $50 Billion IT Contract Delayed Again

A pair of companies is challenging General Services Administration’s Alliant 2 contract vehicle in court.