Washington D.C. – U.S. Congressman Gary Palmer (R-AL) is pleased that Congress passed H.R. 3490, the NCFI Authorization Act, which fully authorizes The National Computer Forensics Institute in Hoover, Alabama.
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U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks, R-5th, accurately predicted on Friday that a congressman from California would go after the House Speaker position.
On Monday, House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy announced his candidacy for the role left vacant by the surprise announcement that current House Speaker John Boehner would resign at the end of October.
House Speaker John Boehner's abrupt decision on Friday to step down from his post and his congressional seat effective next month came as a shock to the Alabama congressional delegation, who said the path forward for the Republican agenda in the House remains unclear until a successor to Boehner is picked.
U.S. Congressman Gary Palmer announced Sept. 15 that the Verbena Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department received a grant for $69,715.
The Assistance to Firefighters Operations and Safety grant comes from the Department of Homeland Security.
Behind him, multiple screens showed a graph of recent cybersecurity activity. Another showed a global map of ongoing cyberattacks in various parts of the world.
Rep. Gary Palmer toured Regions’ Data Center as a team of the bank’s technology experts explained what banks are doing to protect consumers and to help ensure consistent access to financial services.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — The United States is no stranger to cybersecurity attacks. Sony Pictures, Target, Apple iCloud, and most recently, Ashley Madison, are only a few American companies that have faced serious cyberattacks.
Those interested in applying to one of the five military service academies are encouraged to attend an informational session at the Homewood library's auditorium Monday hosted by U.S. Rep. Gary Palmer, R-Hoover.