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Rep. C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger, D-Md.

House Appropriations Panel Should Step Up Cyber Oversight, Member Urges

The panel should hold its first cyber-specific budget hearing this year, Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger says.

The Defense Innovation Board’s 10 Essential Rules for Developing Software

The “commandments” adapt industry best practices for the Pentagon, but every agency could learn from them.

Groups Monitoring Agency Website Changes See Deeper Trump Agenda

Removal of some health data from HHS site is simply a matter of reorganizing information by disease, not population group, HHS says.

An Illustration of a hypersonic missile.

The Pentagon’s New R&D Chief Has a Mandate for Change

Michael Griffin has orders to concentrate the Defense Department’s diverse research and development efforts on a few key technologies.

How a Pentagon Contract Sparked a Cloud War

Amazon and Google are taking on defense contractors in a heated battle for billions in government contracts.

DHS Plans To Formalize Bug Disclosure Policy

The policy will make it easier for computer researchers to share hackable vulnerabilities they find in Homeland Security systems.

Feds Need To Be Pirates, Not Ninjas, Says Defense Health Official

Defense Health Agency's David Cooper urged his fellow feds to embrace pirate principles—at least when it comes to mobile apps.

Lawmakers Want to Boost Their Tech-Savvy By Reviving Defunct Office

They want to reopen the Office of Technology Assessment, a research group that once kept Congress up to date on emerging technology.

Adm. Ronny Jackson

With No Permanent Leadership, VA Forges Ahead on $16 Billion Health Records Effort

The Veterans Affairs Department will press on with its electronic health records contract without a permanent secretary or chief information officer.

One of the Pentagon’s Worldwide Networks Is About to Get 10x Faster

The Defense Information Systems Agency announced its plan to increase bandwidth for one of its mission-critical networks.