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Federal CIO Wants Your Thoughts on New Data Center Metrics

The draft guidance would extend a prohibition on opening new or expanding existing data centers without OMB’s approval.

Lawmakers Introduce Bill to Battle Grinch Bots

Bots can nab the hot gifts you're trying to buy.

GSA Wants to Bring Agile Development to the Federal Acquisition Service

The CAMEO recompete aims to move more to the cloud.

Federal Employee Visited 9,000 Porn Sites in Less Than 7 Months, Auditor Found

The Interior Department inspector general released new details about the employee whose browsing habits allowed Russian malware onto government networks.

CYBERCOM Has a Vendor In Mind For Its Big Data Platform But Is Open to Options

The military’s cyber branch plans to award a sole-source contract to manage and enhance its Big Data Platform but wants to know if other vendors are capable of bidding.

Space debris in Earth orbit creates a dangerous obstacle course for satellites and astronauts

Why Space Debris Cleanup Might Be a National Security Threat

Why Space Debris Cleanup Might Be a National Security Threat

IRS Failed to Track 11,000 Breached Social Security Numbers for Tax Fraud

The tax agency also failed to review another 15,000 breached taxpayer ID numbers it received for possible fraud monitoring, an audit found.

GAO: CMS Doesn't Know if It's Receiving Accurate Medicaid Data

The agency needs to better guide states to ensure the nationwide data is reliable, the congressional watchdog said.

Feds Must Start Preparing for Their Future Jobs, NSF CIO Says

A new National Science Foundation app could help federal employees actively position themselves as part of the future workforce.

Intel Agencies Lack 'Adequate Tech' for FOIA Requests

A recently published inspector general report shows a more coordinated technology approach could help intelligence agencies fulfill Freedom of Information Act inquiries in a timely manner.