OMB still rejects GAO recommendation to issue further guidance.
FBI could collect stop-and-swab genetic records in biometric ID database.
Intelligence officials say the days of owning entire stovepipe systems are over.
Technique likely similar to J.Law hack, where Apple security protections apparently were bypassed.
At the FTC’s request, a federal court shut down Kansas-based Butterfly Labs, which had charged consumers thousands of dollars for out-of-date bitcoin computers.
Hack did not compromise any data or personal information, DHS official tells Congress.
Only one-quarter of joint bases consolidated IT systems.
Agency agrees with watchdog recommendations.
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