GSA unveils public access to acquisition portal

The General Services Administration last week opened the doors of its Acquisition Gateway to the public. The online portal provides an array of contracting resources, and is primarily geared to the federal acquisition community.

Report: Pro-Palestine Twitter account dumps hacked DHS staff directory, alleges DOJ next

On Sunday a Twitter account leaked a staff directory of more than 9,000 alleged Homeland Security Department employees, according to Vice's Motherboard.

Cobert emphasizes commitment, cooperation on heels of subpoena for OPM breach documents

Office of Personnel Management Acting Director Beth Cobert stressed her dedication to improving IT security and cross-government collaboration during a Senate confirmation hearing last week. 

Census outreach to go mobile, social with new communications plan

With a new Integrated Communications Contract for the 2020 Census, the U.S. Census Bureau hopes to reach more of the population online than ever before.

Over 7M service instances to transition off Networx by 2020

Over 7 million government service instances are on the clock to transition from expiring Networx and Networx Enterprise contracts by 2020, according to the General Services Administration.


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Water, or a lack thereof, has long been an issue in California. Yet, California residents don't seem to be heeding the call yet, since they missed mandatory conservation goals for two months in a row. But a solution may have arrived with a new device called Droppler, from Nascent Objects, which tracks water usage in real time. 


On the heels of the recent terrorist attacks in San Bernardino, Calif., and Paris, as well as the Boston Marathon bombing, the city of Atlanta is pondering whether to install smart cameras for surveillance. The key will be transparency about the technology the city deploys, along with privacy controls to ensure information is encrypted and doesn't get into the wrong hands.