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GSA’s Tech Teams Increasingly Important to Administration’s Tech Priorities

18F and the Technology Transformation Services face a more certain future than just two years ago.

Agencies Can’t Dine and Dash on Technology Modernization Fund, Official Says

Awards are an advance, not a grant, and the program office has ways to make sure the fund stays solvent.

DHS Reveals New Details About Its Supply Chain Initiative

The program will be based primarily on unclassified information, the department said.

DHS Funds Airport Navigation App that Guides You from Check-in to Gate

It also allows federal agencies to send messages to passengers in real time.

Firing Isn’t the Only Option for Holding Leaders Accountable for Cyber Lapses, Federal CISO Says

The administration will likely be discreet about disciplinary actions.

Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn.

Lawmakers Call for Investigation Into Google+ Data Exposure

Google's decision not to immediately disclose the breach has ruffled some feathers.

Senior microbiologist Cheryl Gauthier holds petri dishes containing samples of Bacillus cereus, left, and a Bacillus species, right, at the Department of Public Health state laboratory in Boston, Oct. 25, 2001.

Scientists: Pentagon’s Plant-Virus Research Could Endanger World’s Food Supply

But the Defense Department responds that new ways are needed to harden crops against coming natural and manmade threats.

Hurricane Michael's enormous eye, as photographed by the NASA astronaut Serena Auñón-Chancellor.

The Sudden, Shocking Growth of Hurricane Michael

In little more than a day, a Category 1 storm became a “worst-case scenario” Category 4.

Pentagon, VA Leaders Commit to Boosting Accountability in Health Record Overhaul

Both secretaries pledged to re-examine the multibillion-dollar program’s organization structure and timelines.

IBM Files Bid Protest Against Pentagon’s JEDI Contract

IBM becomes the second company to file a pre-award bid protest against the Pentagon’s multibillion cloud contract.