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The database contained personal data on more than 150 million people — including voters’ addresses, full names and political stances.
The U.S. government's multi-pronged approach of deterring, prosecuting and threatening sanctions against China's cyberspies is bearing fruit and Chinese online economic espionage has fallen off since last year's deal between Beijing and Washington, one of the Justice Department's top cyber prosecutors said Tuesday.
A senate bill seeks to support underrepresented populations in STEM--or Science, Technology, Engineering and Math--from their kindergarten days to major career moves.
The Commerce Department has given clearance to open source code management platform GitHub, allowing the department to use the platform internally as it builds open source software.
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Peace Corps Chief Information Officer Dorine Andrews is our FedMentor of the week!
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November 17, 2015
Over a thousand members of the government and private sector IT community attended the annual event.
The Defense Information Systems Agency is moving to reorganize and restructure its technology procedures, and rolling out a new secure smartphone, its director said at FedTalks.
July 09, 2015
Chief Information Officer of the Transportation Department Richard McKinney talks to FedScoop about the shifting landscape of CIO responsibility.
July 02, 2015
CTO Maria Roat discusses the Department of Transportation’s foray into big data, cloud and smart city technology.
June 30, 2015
Deputy CIO Margie Graves talked to FedScoop about how the Department of Homeland Security plans to do more with less.
December 10, 2014
Paul Bove, social media lead at the Food and Drug Administration, spoke with FedScoop TV at FedTalks 2014 about his career as a civil servant.
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