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FDA CIO: Agile Is Simply Good Business

October 23 One thing agencies need to do is get out of a reactive mode, the agency's CIO Todd Simpson said.

Pentagon to Scrub Kaspersky From Defense Systems Following DHS Ban

October 23 The Defense Department is following a DHS directive to remove the Russian anti-virus from its systems but it’s not clear if the software was there in the ...

How the U.S. Marshals Service Saved $300 Million By Identifying Over-Charging Prisons

October 23 The service rents space for prisoners awaiting trial from federal, state and local jails—and realized that it needed some more leverage negotiating rates.

"Burnout" Is Not Only a Personal Problem, It's a Workplace Problem

October 22 Highly stressful workplaces are often poorly designed, socially toxic, and exploitative environments.

Seattle Has 5 Big Pieces of Advice for Amazon’s HQ2 Winner

October 21 Being HQ1 has been no picnic.

Congress Makes Budget Progress, Gets Snubbed by Cyber Czar and Preps for Fake News Fights

October 20 Senators also want to know why it's taking the agencies so long to remove Kaspersky anti-virus.

Report: 1 in 4 Emails that Appear to Be Dot-Gov Addresses are Phishing Attempts

October 20 The government just launched a major effort to prevent email spoofing.

What One Tech-Focused Lawmaker Says Stands in the Way of Modernization

October 20 Rep. Gerry Connolly renewed his call for the federal chief information officer and chief technology officer positions to be filled.

Big Tech Companies Won’t Change Until They Are Regulated Like Banks

October 20 There would be many bureaucratic hurdles to overcome, however.

Facebook Treats Its Ethical Failures Like Software Bugs, and That’s Why They Keep Happening

October 20 Facebook should have anticipated that its ad platform could be misused.