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NASA astronaut Karen Nyberg poses with a water bubble on the International Space Station

A Very Relatable Moment on the International Space Station

Even astronauts have to deal with plumbing problems.

Analysts: Federal IT Budget Could Top $93 Billion In 2020

Agencies are expected to spend more on cloud, digital services and artificial intelligence over the next 18 months.

A Border Patrol agent uses a dog to inspect vehicles lining up at the Laredo North vehicle checkpoint in Laredo, Texas, Feb. 2.

DHS Wants to Outfit Its Dogs With Wearable Tech

The agency is investing in a smart harness that would monitor the health of Border Patrol’s K-9 units.

FBI Should Tighten Monitoring of Employee Texting, Watchdog Says

Software recommendations come as follow-up to 2016 review of alleged political bias.

GSA, NGA Expand Space-Based Data Offerings

Agencies now have more options when purchasing geospatial data and analytics off GSA’s IT Schedule 70.

Latest Technology Modernization Fund Award Will Support Governmentwide Payroll Project

With the seventh project award, the fund has just under $11 million left.

White House CIO Needs Contractor to Help with App Development

The Office of the CIO put out a notice on a new five-year contract to assist with all sorts of application management needs.

CISA Director Christopher Krebs and DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen speak with reporters in the National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center Aug. 22.

Lawmakers Propose a Rotational Program for Federal Cyber Workers

They also introduced bills to bolster counterterrorism efforts, stop robocallers and keep ZTE in check.

Amazon Proposes Facial Recognition Guidelines to Policymakers

The company called for “open, honest and earnest dialogue” instead of a ban.