Department of Energy

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Private funding scales up DoD’s dual-use development projects

A new pilot paves the way for speeding up supply chain manufacturing for both Department of Defense and industry.

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Photo by Gigi SchummAnn Dunkin, CIO at EPA.

A checkup on cybersecurity with Energy Department CIO Ann Dunkin

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Uniformed and civilian cyber and military intelligence specialists monitor Army networks in the Cyber Mission Unit’s Cyber Operations Center at Fort Gordon, Ga. (Photo by Michael L. Lewis)

Army’s $15M TMF award bolsters new strategy for securing operational technology

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Energy DepartmentOak Ridge National Laboratory

A national laboratory comes up with a new version of a very basic metal

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FILE - A sign is displayed outside the Internal Revenue Service building May 4, 2021, in Washington.  On Friday, Aug. 19, 2022, The Associated Press reported on stories circulating online incorrectly claiming an online job ad shows that all new employees that the IRS intends to hire after a funding boost in the Inflation Reduction Act will be required to carry a firearm and use deadly force if necessary.  (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky, File)

There’s no 2023 budget, but lots of new money is flowing into at least some federal agencies

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A federally-backed effort to improve cybersecurity of US manufacturing

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In an interconnected world, everyone is responsible for cybersecurity

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2023 budget negotiations start soon, WH expected to propose small Defense increase

In just a few weeks the annual budget dance, this time for 2023, will start. People who follow these things closely predict the White House will request…

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Federal researchers are running simulations on the power grid of the future

Electric cars, more windmills, more solar power, add it up and the nation is facing a crisis in the electrical grid needed to support it all. That is,…

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Steam billows from a stack at PacifiCorp's coal-fired Naughton Power Plant, Thursday, Jan. 13, 2022, in Kemmerer, Wyo. (AP Photo/Natalie Behring)

Energy Dept. overspending and canceling projects in its carbon capture program, GAO says

The Energy Department has been sustaining carbon capture demonstration projects at process and power plants. But the program has been rocky.

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