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A veto would almost certainly lead to agencies shuttering come midnight.
If experience is everything, federal agencies need to to take a holistic view of how they're serving citizens.
But it’s not the only agency with more to spend on research.
The omnibus spending package directs the Pentagon to outline its cloud strategy and share reports, costs and other details related to its JEDI procurement.
The bill also requires supply chain reviews for cyber risk at some agencies.
The bill opens up who can sue websites for their users’ content.
The $2.26 billion—which includes some maintenance—gives an idea of the scale at which modernization will take place across government.
Congress must approve funding by Friday to keep agencies across government operating.
The bill would offer cash rewards for vulnerabilities hackers discover in State Department websites.
The bottom line is future elections are in danger of Russian meddling and we haven’t done enough to secure them.
One lawmaker proposed a commission to examine the emerging tech through a national security lens.
The intelligence committee previewed far more recommendations, including better attribution.
Lawmakers have been working on an omnibus spending bill but it has yet to be introduced.
The other options for deterring cyberattacks aren't much better, though.
Localities want more of a say in broadband policymaking. The U.S. wireless industry wants to win its race with China.
For one, the department will be setting up a bug bounty program.
A bill to study retro approaches to preventing and mitigating the effects of cyberattacks is advancing in the Senate.
Shrinking budgets today may have costs down the line, lawmakers said.
A government watchdog group put the process back on its high-risk list after pending actions exceeded 700,000.
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