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After Harvey Took Out Communications, FEMA Set Up Its Own

August 30 The agency’s D.C.-based command center keeps feds on the same page in the wake of the storm.

These Alternative Browsers Could Change Your Internet Experience

August 30 Some have improved organization, others add more security.

How NOAA Plans to Improve Tracking Harvey-Like Storms

August 30 As the agency's next-gen satellites come online, it expects more accurate forecasts and increased lead time for severe weather.

Lawmakers Worry Hospitals Are Abusing Telehealth for Financial Gain

August 30 One medical center was found to be enrolling patients in a virtual health care regimen, potentially for financial incentives.

Tillerson to Slash Cyber Office, Other Special Envoys

August 29 The move is part of a broader effort to streamline department operations and reduce its budget.

OPM Names Acting CIO

August 29 The agency's deputy CIO will step up to lead agency technology efforts.

What the Federal Acquisition Service Commissioner is Focused On So Far

August 29 Alan Thomas described his first two months as a listening tour to gather customer feedback from GSA regions.

Samsung Wants Your Behavior to Unlock Your Phones

August 29 The company has significant market share among Defense Department customers but plans to pursue civilian agencies.

Hurricane Harvey Leaves 190,000 Without Phone, Internet or TV Service

August 28 The Federal Communications Commission is tracking communication networks in the region.

Feds Warn Against Hurricane Harvey Charity Scams

August 28 FEMA and US-CERT have both warned citizens to verify that certain charities are legitimate before sending money.