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The has Senate approved a long-delayed package of improvements in the Post-9/11 GI Bill
Sri Lanka Information Communication Technology Agency (ICTA) has launched a national CERT (Computer Emergency Response Team) to act as the focal point for Cyber security for the nation.
Lawmakers have urged President Obama to expand the State Department's cyber authority.
Contracting officers have been reluctant to wade into RFPs. Steve Schooner says they should, in fact, be at the very center of discussions right from the start. The professor of federal contracting tells us why.
The National Archives says it's time the Bill of Rights got a hip new upgrade and need your help. Archivist David Ferriero gives us the hashtag.
NASA has a mandate to manage computer risks in real time.
"Hard, but do-able," says a former administrator of the Office of Federal Procurement Policy about OMB's new 25 point IT reform plan. Steve Kelman explains.
ACU is out, MultiCam is in for troops headed to Afghanistan.
Federal government offices are open and on time, Pentagon extends contract with debarred contractor
The National Security Agency plans to hire 1000 cybersecurity professionals in the next year. NSA's Associate Director for Human Resources, Kathy Hutson, told us how they plan to do that.