Just another week in ThreatWatch, our regularly updated index of noteworthy data breaches.
Leaders of governmentwide transparency aren’t waiting for DATA Act.
The notional postal workers may be flying some exceedingly unfriendly skies.
National Cancer Institute pilot project will let researchers remotely analyze genomic data.
The Defense Department's new mobile device management system isn’t yet ready to protect Apple or Android smartphones and tablets.
Medicare wants to standardize state Medicaid data.
James Clapper tweets.
"The most merciful thing in the world, I think, is the inability of the human mind to correlate all its contents."
OPM to Agencies: Don't Forget to Telework More This Winter
Agencies must expand telework programs as part of continuity of operations plans.
Technology Can Drive Federal Hiring Reform
Feds must leverage tech to improve the applicant experience, HR software exec says.
Obamacare Enrollment Is Surging
Website fixes, spike in sign-ups may signal a turnaround for the law.
Master's Accreditation Benefits Federal Cyber Pros
Tuition assistance for information security program.
For Some Feds, the Mobile Revolution Means the Workday Never Ends
Employees can work any time, anywhere, and many do just that.
2014 Sequestration Threatens Planetary Sciences at NASA
Save space exploration because it supports us on Earth in countless ways.
Private Investment in Civic-Minded Tech Startups Soars
New companies that focus on using technology to make cities more efficient have ...
No More 'Wild Promises,' Insurer Doubts and Other HealthCare.gov News
Follow key reporting on the Obama administration’s signature policy ...
UPS and Fedex Are Also Working on Drone Delivery Systems
It's not just Amazon.
Insurers Worry About Big Gaps in Obamacare Site
Important pieces of the Obamacare site are still glitchy, or missing altogether.