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A new report finds the vast majority of U.S. supply chains rely on information technologies that can be compromised at any time. We get details from Tom Wilkerson, CEO of the Naval Institute.
Postal Service takes $3.5 Billion loss for 3Q, Defense bars military from Wikileaks
Despite cutting 100,000 jobs over the past two years, CFO Joe Corbett tells Federal News Radio the USPS may not be able to stay liquid much past the next year.
Two major defense contractors are joining forces to compete for the Missile Defense Agency's Ground-Based Midcourse Defense development and sustainment contract.
Cyberthreat report released
We talk with senior threat researcher, SophosLabs' Beth Jones, about the biggest cybersecurity threats today.
SEC inks massive lease at Constitution Center, Body scans stored on DHS computers, 'Star-Spangled Banner' coin approved by Congress
Security Threat Report reveals attitudes to cyberwarfare, Patch or we go public, says bug bounty program
Everything from helicopters to printer cartridges is being wrapped and stamped and shipped out of Iraq. U.S. military bases that once resembled small towns have transformed into a cross between giant post offices and Office Depots. Major General Stephen Lanza is the spokesman for all U.S. forces in Iraq explains the process.
The General Services Administration took an unorthodox approach to getting rid of unwanted grasses and weeds at one federal building in California - it hired goats.