Justice Deputy CIO Kevin Deeley passes away
Deeley, who spent the past six years as deputy CIO of the DOJ, was 55.
National Blue Alert Network for police will borrow concept from AMBER Alerts
The Department of Justice and other Cabinet-level agencies will support a rapid-alert system for potential threats to law enforcement officers.
Government is one step closer to a one-stop shop for FOIA requesters
Digital services group 18F will help develop the government's centralized portal for Freedom of Information Act requests, according to the Department of Justice's Office of Information Policy, which will collaborate on the project.
CA to pay $45M to settle allegations brought by whistleblower
The New York-based software company "did not fully and accurately disclose its discounting practices," according to the Department of Justice.
Washington slowly ramping up cyber warfare rhetoric
The way in which Washington speaks about the military’s cyber capabilities is slowly shifting, leaning in recent months towards an outward declaration of strength, policy experts, former intelligence and current U.S. officials described to FedScoop.
New DOJ group will investigate car hacking
A new unit within the Justice Department is investigating the threat of hackers targeting "smart" consumer appliances including cars and other internet-connected commercial products, according to a top department official.