But not all the federal IT amendments made it through.
And that evidence-based policy bill is moving through the House at a quick clip.
Senators also want to know why it's taking the agencies so long to remove Kaspersky anti-virus.
The House also passed a bill to tweak and extend FITARA's rule on data centers.
Rep. Will Hurd, R-Texas, thinks weakening encryption would be bad for national security.
The OPEN Government Data Act also advances, along with other tech and cyber goodies.
The agency's portfolio of technology focuses on challenges in big data, cyber, internet of things and mobility.
That person would lead “a legion of people” who could support the technology needs of other agencies.
The Energy Department's IG found many problems with a planned "gotcha" exercise.
After a series of bid protests and dismissals, Raytheon will support DHS' governmentwide cybersecurity program.
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Agency opted to respond to a cyberattack like it would a natural disaster.
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