Thought-based communication? It could happen.
Think user experience to simplify back-end processes.
Consider moving legacy systems to the cloud, GAO says.
ComputerCOP is intended to protect children from predators lurking on the Internet, but an investigation finds the program actually makes computers more vulnerable to abuse.
Attorney general criticizes tech companies for locking the back door to user data.
Here’s at least one person who thinks the world is doing a good job.
The department says a chart depicting a full rollout not until 2020 was outdated and it's committed to a two-year rollout.
Intelligence experts say the government needs to hire more data scientists to keep up with the big-data savvy private sector.
No New VA Patient Schedule System Until 2020 (UPDATED)
VA aims to roll out new software to first 300 users in 2016.
IG: VA Overpays Some Temporary Disability Claims
Report on Chicago and Seattle offices shows slow review of claims
Scientists Turn to Computer Models to Predict Ebola’s Next Move
Researchers can't account for human behavior, however.
FBI Plans Rapid DNA Dragnets
FBI could collect stop-and-swab genetic records in biometric ID database.
VA Staffer Sent Hospitalwide Email Detailing Vet’s Suicide
Press can leak medical information, but providers cannot respond to allegations.
Officials Pulled HealthCare.gov Code From GitHub Because of ‘Bashing’
Republicans release CMS emails about pulling code from open-source ...
Breached HealthCare.gov Server Still Had Default Password
Hack did not compromise any data or personal information, DHS official tells ...
Todd Park Subpoenaed to Testify on HealthCare.gov Security
Panel says new emails contradict former CTO’s previous statements.
HealthCare.gov Still Vulnerable, GAO Says
Site is still vulnerable today, watchdog says.
VA Lays Groundwork for Private Health Care
The agency wants the private sector to manage a key part of project.