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NSA Quietly Awarded a Classified $2.4 Billion Tech Contract With More to Come

September 12 CSRA wins the NSA’s Groundbreaker recompete to modernize portions of the intelligence community’s IT infrastructure

Facebook Needs to Answer These Questions About the Russian Campaign to Influence American Voters

September 12 The tech company hasn't opened up, citing the ongoing government investigation.

DARPA Wants to MacGyver the Internet Using Only What's in Troops' Pockets

September 11 The research agency wants to tap the computer power of the devices warfighters already have to network anywhere.

Nations That Hack the U.S. Could Face ‘Real World’ Consequences, Homeland Security Adviser Warned

September 7 The administration wants to punish hackers in a way that "modifies behavior," Tom Bossert said.

What the CIA’s Tech Director Wants from AI

September 7 Dawn Meyerriecks says staying ahead of Russia and China isn’t as hard as getting U.S. leaders to listen to their own artificial intelligence analysis.

Murderers, Pedophiles Among Applicants Issued Interim Security Clearances, Defense Official Says

September 6 The federal government is having to adopt riskier interim security clearances as it chips away at a backlog of 700,000 applicants.

With a New Designation for Ecstasy, the US Government Is Finally Acknowledging its Potential to Treat PTSD

September 4 Unfortunately, whether this trial will be actually be conducted out depends on whether enough money can be raised.

Future Spy Satellites Just Got Exponentially Smaller

September 3 By changing the way microchips measure light, researchers are shrinking the size of space-based telescopes.

Vladimir Putin Believes Artificial Intelligence Could Lead to Global Monopolies and Drone Wars

September 3 Russian companies have been actively researching autonomous weapons, such as drones, robots and missiles, which would be able to pick targets and fire on ...

Border Wall Prototyping Begins

September 1 But one continuous concrete wall across the almost 2,000 miles of the U.S.-Mexico border is unlikely, lawmakers have said.