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TSP moves forward on spousal benefits, IT modernization

June 30, 2008 But automatic enrollment legislation sparks debate over default funds and the investment board's power.

What's Brewin: DISA Eyes 'Magic Bus'

June 27, 2008 Commuter transport could provide employees with Wi-Fi, just like what Google and Microsoft offer.

Army overhauls modernization program

June 26, 2008 Initial components of Future Combat Systems will go to lighter infantry brigades, not heavy armored units.

Presidential transition could put a damper on federal IT spending

June 26, 2008 Unsettled economy and wartime bills also putting the pinch on agency budgets, industry report says.

Phishing attacks becoming more sophisticated

June 25, 2008 Targeted attacks, usually through e-mail messages, are “getting scarier and scarier,” former FBI computer crime investigator says.

NOAA awards contract to manage huge stores of environmental data

June 25, 2008 Goal is to make it easier for researchers to search the petabytes of weather information the agency collects.

Lee to lead Compusearch defense, intel markets

June 24, 2008 Washington Technology

Military plans to implement patient-controlled electronic health records

June 24, 2008 System could be in place by the end of the year.

Defense plans to withdraw Hight's nomination to head DISA

June 20, 2008 Department declines to identify other candidates for head of its top information and telecommunications agency.

What's Brewin: DISA — No longer the agency everyone loves to hate

June 20, 2008 In an end-of-tour interview, Director Lt. Gen. Charles Croom talks about keeping employees, managing bandwidth and his future.