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Report: Shutdown Had ‘Minimal’ Effects on Government Cybersecurity

But that doesn’t mean there won’t be long-term consequences.

Agencies Spent Record $64.7B on IT Contracts in 2018

Some agencies saw double-digit growth in pursuit of modern systems.

Rep. Jim Langevin prepares the dais after he was chosen as Speaker pro tempore for the opening day of the 116th Congress Jan. 3.

Lawmaker: Congress Needs Fewer Committees with Cyber Oversight

Cybersecurity legislation won’t get anywhere if too many groups are weighing in, said Rep. Jim Langevin.

CIA Director Gina Haspel accompanied by FBI Director Christopher Wray and Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats testifies before the Senate Intelligence Committee in Washington Jan. 29.

AI, Deepfakes and the Other Tech Threats That Vex Intel Leaders

Top U.S. intelligence officials had a lot to say about tech at the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence hearing.

Customer Satisfaction Drops Across Federal Government

And that was from before the partial shutdown.

Report: Agencies are Doing a Better Job Embracing Open Data

And the more they lean in, the more benefits they’ll see, government data experts said.

President Donald Trump, flanked by NASA astronaut Kate Rubins, left, and his daughter Ivanka Trump, gives a thumbs up following a video conference with the International Space Station on April 24, 2017.

Trump's Space Ambitions Are Too Big for One President

The reality of space travel squashed his impulsive desire to reach Mars in his first term, rather than the 2030s.

Shutdown Could Damage Homeland Security for ‘Months, if Not Years,’ Says Ex-DHS Chief

Efforts to strengthen the country’s cyber posture have come to a halt, and if a crisis were to strike, there wouldn’t be enough people to respond, former agency officials said.

Commission Wants to Know If China’s Smart Cities Are Smarter than Ours

The U.S.-China Commission wants to look at how Chinese smart cities development plans could affect U.S. economic and national security.

President Donald Trump, second from right, speaks in the Cabinet Room of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019, as he hosts a roundtable with conservative leaders to discuss the security and humanitarian crisis at the southern border.

Critical Update: No End in Sight For Shutdown as Costs Mount

The partial government shutdown is having dire effects across the country, not just at federal agencies.