Tech workers don’t hate the military that much — most don’t even really care

A new study deals a blow to the narrative that Silicon Valley doesn't want to work with the Military.

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The president-elect's transition advisers include several current and former state and local IT officials, like former Santa Clara County, Calif., CIO Ann Dunkin.

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Here are all the people with government IT and cyber policy backgrounds working on Biden's transition team.

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Officials from New York and Philadelphia said their cybersecurity education programs need to reach their communities just as much as they do city employees.

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The agency couldn't account for about 15,000 cards, according to auditors.

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The Navy is thinking big on its future telework suite, using more time to develop a broader set of tools that will be more integrated.

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The director of the information-sharing organization for election officials said preparations for Election Day are unfolding just as planned.

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The DOD's Commercial Virtual Remote environment will remain online until June 2021, when a long-term solution will be launched.

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Rep. Jerry McNerney believes educating Congress could pave the way for bills like his AI in Government Act of 2020.

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Michael Rigas said a recent executive order opens a major door for agencies to recruit and interview talented professionals who obtained their skills outside of school.

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Cybersecurity officials said the nonprofit organization, founded in 2017, has helped make it easier for small businesses in Southern California defend themselves against online threats.

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