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US Digital Service Gets New Leader

11:38 AM ET Former Google guy Matt Cutts will serve as acting administrator.

How Should Agencies Address the Big Data Opportunity?

9:51 AM ET Even with aging infrastructure and tight budgets, agencies can take advantage of the growing amount of information available.

Why GAO’s Bid Protest Dismissals for Alliant 2 Are a Big Deal

January 18 The Alliant sequel emphasizes value, not lowest price.

Commerce Nominee Endorses Cyber Push, Modernizing Government Tech

January 18 Billionaire investor Wilbur Ross also praised the security benefits of cloud computing.

RNC Chief Digital Officer to Join White House in Same Role

January 18 Gerrit Lansing, the RNC's chief digital officer since 2015, has been tapped to continue that role at the White House, Politico reported Wednesday.

Rounds to Lead Senate Armed Services Cyber Panel

January 18 He pledged to focus on DOD’s role protecting critical infrastructure from cyberattacks.

Video: A Steering Wheel for Self-Driving Cars

January 18 This gives white-knuckle driving a new meaning.

DOD Cyber Policy Chief: We’ve Deterred Destructive Cyberattacks

January 18 Departing DOD cyber policy chief Aaron Hughes talks cyber deterrence, offense and hiring in an exit interview with Nextgov.

Microsoft Gets Big Cloud Win in Defense Department

January 18 A provisional authorization means military customers and DOD agencies can use Microsoft’s cloud for compute, storing, networking and database services.

Trump Appoints Baltimore Real Estate Developer To Tech Team

January 18 Reed Cordish will serve as the assistant to the president for intragovernmental and technology initiatives.

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