July 06, 2015
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The Senate will take up an overhaul of the education legislation, which hasn't been updated since 2007. Legislators will debate measures on innovative testing and privacy.
Raytheon will continue to manage NASA's Earth Observing Systems Data and Information System, a system that distributes 27.9 terabytes of data per day to users
While the Office of Personnel Management's system for submitting federal background checks is temporarily offline for security upgrades, the office announced that in the meantime government employees requiring security clearances will have to do so the old-fashioned way: with pen and paper.
Tips on ways that individuals, industry and government can help improve the security of passwords and personally identifiable information.
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency hopes to throw off the shroud of secrecy that has become a stigma of the U.S. intelligence community through open-sourcing, publicizing data and moving to the cloud, according to a new strategy report released in late June.
July 02, 2015
As several tech luminaries express worries about the future of AI, researchers met at a D.C. think tank to discuss whether advances could pose a threat.
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July 01, 2015
A pair of senators say the White House hasn't reported its cybersecurity status to Congress in three years.
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June 25, 2015
The seven winners of the HHS Innovates Awards show creative thinking is possible, even in a bureaucracy, Secretary Burwell said.
June 19, 2015
In times of constant budget cuts, U.S. CTO Megan Smith said agencies need to "find the scrappy way" to improve their systems.
June 15, 2015
U.S. CIO Tony Scott wants agencies to tighten their cybersecurity standards after a recent hack compromised the data of millions of federal workers.