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State Reauthorization Elevates Cyber Office Tillerson Once Shuttered

The House bill closely tracks a standalone bill to restore and elevate the cyber coordinator’s office.

Defense Electronic Health Records Program Seeks Help Organizing Influx of Data

The Defense Health Agency wants to know if a vendor can help match all the new data it’s collecting with the old.

The fourth Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF) satellite undergoes production at Lockheed Martin’s satellite manufacturing facility in Sunnyvale, California.

U.S. Air Force to Put Sensors on Allies’ Satellites

The move is intended to deter Russia or China from shooting down spacecraft — and provide backups if they do.

The Office of Management and Budget’s Margaret Weichert in a one-on-one interview with Nextgov.

Management Chief: Workforce Must Change to Reach IT Modernization Goals

The Office of Management and Budget’s Margaret Weichert shares how the administration's “holistic approach” to management can fix the government’s technology woes.

Technology Modernization Fund Board Picks First Projects to Advance

The field has narrowed from nine projects to four, according to board chair Suzette Kent.

Federal Cloud Leaders Say Lift-And-Shift Migrations Can Leave You ‘Sorely Disappointed’

Agency experts said it’s often better to start over with legacy systems than try to force them into the cloud.

IRS’ 60-Year-Old IT System Failed on Tax Day Due to New Hardware

Congress and watchdogs have been warning the IRS to upgrade its systems for years.

Security Gaps Could Let Hackers Edit Government Spending Data, Watchdog Says

New and old flaws in systems at a Treasury Department bureau added up to “a significant deficiency,” according to the Government Accountability Office.  

House Passes First IRS Reforms in 20 Years

Bipartisan batch of nine bills approved during Tax Day website freeze.

DHS is Lukewarm on the Bug Bounty Programs Congress Keeps Pushing

A bill mandating a DHS bug bounty passed the Senate Tuesday, but the department says it would duplicate work it’s already doing.