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The Modernizing Government Technology Act—and several other tech amendments—could have an immediate impact on the government’s tech landscape.
The subcontractor that hired the coders signed a non-prosecution deal to end a criminal investigation.
It’s a promise that has been made by three previous presidents
Lawmakers get rebuffed trying to delay the coming net neutrality vote and start asking questions about kids using Facebook’s messaging app.
Immigration issues could derail negotiations to fund the government for the rest of fiscal 2018.
Less than one in five think lawmakers should use a shutdown as political leverage.
Chief information security officers need to efficiently use the resources at hand while planning for the future.
AT&T, the company that filed the protest, reached a deal to work as a subcontractor on Census operations.
Agencies have to prep their staff and their systems as the funding deadline approaches.
Despite increasing concerns over the integrity of the public comment process, the agency will vote as scheduled.
Democrats and Tea Party members are still considering whether to support a two-week CR.
Equal employment agencies could be doing more, such as looking at which universities they recruit from.
Lawmakers also introduced a bill to curb revenge porn.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation argues that the program curtails First Amendment right to freedom of expression.
Mobile devices will still be banned from facilities where highly classified information is shared.
The Pentagon failed to describe how it’s training to support civil authorities when a major cyber strike comes, the watchdog agency said.
Continuity on most cyber policies masks a growing erosion of global cyber norms.
The Federal Trade Commission has a long-established role in preserving online competition, Acting Chairwoman Maureen Ohlhausen said.
Your smartphone is leaving a trail of digital breadcrumbs that the government can follow.
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