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A Twitter Executive Banished Laptops From His Meeting, and the Reactions Were Excellent

November 7 No laptops leaves people free to focus on the matter at hand.

Russian, Chinese Companies Win Intel Community's Face Recognition Tech Contest

November 7 Moscow-based NTechlab won two categories of IARPA’s facial recognition challenge.

Slashing Homeland Security's Tech Directorate Could Leave the Country Vulnerable to Cyber Threats

November 7 President Trump proposed a 20 percent cut to DHS’s Science and Technology Directorate.

OPM Cybersecurity Still Lags Three Years After Massive Breach

November 6 The office’s cybersecurity maturity is at level 2 out of a possible 5, an auditor said.

Hundreds Attend Federal Cyber and Tech Hiring Fair

November 6 Some agencies are making on-the-spot job offers during the two-day event.

VA To Run Massive Survey of High-Risk Vets

November 6 Electronic medical records don’t always tell the full story of a veteran’s healthcare.

How a Commerce Department Standards Agency Grew Into a Cybersecurity Powerhouse

November 6 The National Institute of Standards and Technology has a hand in nearly every aspect of government cybersecurity.

Fate of Chief Data Officers Relies on Which Data Transparency Bill Passes

November 3 Two different versions of the OPEN Government Data Act are working their way through Congress.

Congress to Grill DHS Nominee, Former Yahoo and Equifax CEOs

November 3 And that evidence-based policy bill is moving through the House at a quick clip.

Advice From a Real "Woman of NASA," for Kids Who Dream of Working in Science

November 3 Words of wisdom from Margaret Hamilton who wrote the code who got us to the moon.