The chaotic blob of Congress has become a little more open thanks to changes at the Congressional Research Service.
Online services are supposed to be uncomplicated. It’s the programmer’s job to mask complexity.
In the aftermath of last year’s hurricane triple-whammy, state government needs to realize they’re the first responders, not FEMA.
US strategy in its longest war is shifting. So how come no one in Congress is talking about it?
Congress is wise to jump onto oversight of two departments’ electronic health records projects.
OMB finds dozens of more obsolete agency management rules and regulations to put through the shredder.
Would continuous background monitoring have stopped a Reality Winner from accessing, let alone leaking, secret documents?
FEMA dealing with many lessons learned — on both personnel and emergency response fronts.
Russian cyber experts appear to be omni-hackers; they’re willing to target both Republicans and Democrats. Conservative think tanks are the latest targets.
Not even a platoon of Evelyn Woods could get through this mountain of classified material every year.
The U.S. Navy is finding that its carriers are nearly as costly to decommission and scrap as they are to build and launch.
According to Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, DHS wants a more robust response when companies under cyber attack call its equivalent of 911.
Sardine-eating and phone conferring spoil the idea of collaboration and brotherly love in open plan offices.
Mars is closer to the Earth than ever this month. But we’re not quite ready to get there in person.