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Q&A: Why Congress is Jumping on the Open Source Bandwagon

July 2 Ben Balter, chief executive for code repository site Github, talked with Nextgov about last week's announcement.

Why Americans Don’t Trust the Government to Safeguard Their Data

July 2 Many consumers do not have much faith in federal agencies keeping their personal information safe, according to a new report.

After the OPM Breach, It’s Time for IT Organizations to be Accountable

July 2 Modernized technology and formal standards like FISMA won’t be enough -- mindsets must change, too.

DHS Alerts Public to OPM-Related Phishing Scams

July 1 Emails claiming to come from the agency and contractor CSID might be after money, U.S. secrets or both, say experts.

VA CIO: OPM Breach Is a Lesson for All Employees

July 1 VA defends against 55,000 new malware variants every day, according to the agency.

Is the White House Skirting Governmentwide Cybersecurity Rules?

July 1 The White House’s unclassified networks were breached by hackers last fall.

How Do We Stop Artificial Intelligence from Overpowering Humans?

July 1 Legislation could help protect humankind before AI dominates the world, experts say.

Data-Driven Government? Not Yet. Feds Still Manage by Hunch

July 1 In a true data-driven culture, leaders need to be willing to rethink their plans and perhaps even change course based on what the data says, according to EPA ...

Why Chief Data Officers Should Really be Chief Digital Officers

July 1 Having a chief data officer is akin to the Army having a chief bullet officer or hospitals having a chief bandage officer.

State Department Posts Back Online after Tech Glitch Snarls Visas

July 1 A hardware bug corrupted the agency’s database used for processing biometric information.