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The fruits of GSA’s $503M Salesforce contract are in reuse

Program code and computer keyboard

Agencies could save up to 80 percent on the reuse of Salesforce code in GSA Labs using the new BPA rather than developing it from scratch, say officials.

White House hacks suicide prevention at events around the nation


The Obama administration will host a series of hackathons across the country Saturday, exploring ways to use technology in suicide-prevention efforts.

In wake of Paris attacks, legislation aims to extend NSA program


The proposed bill would extend bulk collection of phone metadata to January 2017

Hacked Opinions: The legalities of hacking – Dr. Chenxi Wang


Dr. Chenxi Wang, from Twistlock, talks about hacking regulation and legislation

Government IT spending to be hit hardest by rising US dollar strength, warns Gartner


Gartner predicts IT spending declines across all industries and vertical markets during 2015

Exclusive: The OPM breach details you haven’t seen


An official timeline of the Office of Personnel Management breach obtained by FCW pinpoints the hackers’ calibrated extraction of data and the government’s step-by-step response.

Digital experience central to White House effort to improve immigration system


The White House announced July 15 a major effort to improve the legal immigration system, delivering on several goals laid out in an executive order issued last November.

Exclusive GSA Pricing on IT Certifications


Every IT professional, regardless of their job role, needs to be at the top of their game when it comes to cybersecurity.

The US Navy’s warfare systems command just paid millions to stay on Windows XP


Windows XP and other obsolete systems remain critical to the Navy’s operations

Malware infections spike on Memorial Day in DC


Malware infections tend to spike at times when users are more likely to be home, such as corporate holidays.