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How NARA’s Helping Agencies on the Path to a Fully Electronic Government

Officials are developing ways for agencies to measure their efforts to achieve fully digital records management by the December deadline.

Analysts: Pentagon’s Multibillion-Dollar DEOS Contract is Guaranteed for Microsoft

The entire department will be required to adopt whatever platform wins.

The Pentagon is ‘Absolutely Unapologetic’ About Pursuing AI-Powered Weapons

The controversy surrounding military artificial intelligence is rooted in “grave misperceptions” about what the department is actually trying to do, according to current and former Defense officials.

GSA Rescinds All Awards Made on $15B Alliant 2 Small Business Contract

A court decision requires the agency to revisit some of its scoring.

Holding Government Contractors Responsible for Cybersecurity Is Trickier Than It Sounds

Experts told lawmakers the ever-growing list of subcontractors is a complexifier.

NASA astronaut Christina Koch (center) assists spacewalkers Nick Hague (left) and Anne McClain in their U.S. spacesuits shortly before they begin the first spacewalk of their careers.

The Original Sin of NASA Space Suits

They were never designed to fit everyone.

U.S. Air Force cyber security technicians with the 355th Communications Squadron review work orders at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base Ariz. in September.

The U.S. Military Is Creating the Future of Employee Monitoring

A new AI-enabled pilot project aims to sense “micro changes” in the behavior of people with top-secret clearances. If it works, it could be the future of corporate HR.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren

Empowering Regulators Could Stop the Next Equifax Breach, Watchdog Says

Giving the regulatory agencies more power to punish companies after breaches could make industry invest more in cybersecurity, according to the Government Accountability Office.

The "March for Love" following last week's mosque attacks in Christchurch, New Zealand, March 23.

Microsoft Boss Suggests Joint Big-Tech Center After New Zealand Attacks Go Viral

The company’s president Brad Smith suggests establishing a virtual coordination center where major tech companies can work together during incidents.

Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert Wilkie

Management, Not Money, Will Make or Break VA Modernization, Lawmakers Say

“We are no longer on the cusp of transformation, we are in the middle of it,” Secretary Robert Wilkie told senators.