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Last week, I had the chance to listen to and speak with Representative Adam Smith of Washington state about cybersecurity legislation at a reception. This year has been pivotal for passing regulations to govern cyber, and attendees of this security event wanted to know his thoughts on the variety of...

Here are today’s federal IT and cybersecurity stories and links: Tami Johnson, program manager for Army’s Rapid Equipping Force, explains that a fast acquisition of information technology will not always work. More here. The State and Defense Department are engaging in joint cyber war games ...

The nation’s half a million miles of pipeline transporting natural gas, oil and other hazardous liquids, while highly efficient, remain vulnerable to environmental damage, accidents and terrorist attack, according to an analysis from the Congressional Research Service (CRS). “Both govern...

Science & Technology Directorate spending would increase by an inflation-adjusted 22.8 percent under the White House fiscal 2013 budget proposal transmitted Feb. 13 to Congress. The directorate would see funding under the budget proposal go down for some efforts, notably the proposed National Bi...