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NASA will begin training its own software developers some cybersecurity training.
The new policy, according to industry and government officials familiar with the details, endorses the pursuit of verifiable arms-control proposals for space.
VA plans on implementing software to monitor desktop computers every 24 hours. NASA is developing a concept of operations plan to move to real-time oversight. OMB mandated agencies know the status of their networks in real time by November.
Agency CISO Davis says many times applications are the cause of vulnerabilities in the network. The working group will develop training classes for developers.
Learn more in today's cybersecurity update.
More data over greater distances. General Dynamics' John Weidman tells us about a new contract to modernize the ground system and network for NASA's Tracking Data and Relay Satellite constellation.
Astronaut Tracy Caldwell Dyson sends a greeting from the International Space Station.
Storm could be the worst in over a decade.
So who are the smartest TSP investors in government? Are they rocket scientists, economist, medical researchers or postal employees? Take Senior Correspondent Mike Causey's TGIF quiz to test your investment smarts.
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14th annual ceremony honors best of the best on the Web.
Read all about it from agency CIO Linda Cureton.
A NASA employee is filing an amended complaint against the agency after he was demoted for discussing intelligent design at his laboratory. Attorney Bill Bransford explains it for us.
NASA and its partners are making an effort to save both time and lives with new technology. Details from WTOP's Kristi King and NASA's George Theodorakos
NASA and its partners are making an effort to save both time and lives with new technology.
NASA's cyberfocus shifts to real time. We get details from deputy CIO Jerry Davis.
One NASA scientist is literally helping people see.
GovExec's Tom Shoop brings us analysis of why NASA's deputy CIO has told his employees that FISMA compliance isn't the be-all, end-all of IT security.
Learn why the space agency in particular is helping out.