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Unisys' Patricia Titus says we can expect to see three important security trends this year in response to the growing number of employees who connect to government networks via mobile and/or personalRead more »
Every year the big trade groups in Washington come out with some kind of statement about how the State of the Union either shows how their industry is hugely important or how the State of the UnionRead more »
ManTech International Corp. has won a four-year, $45 million task order from the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division for engineering and technical assistance.Read more »
President Obama committed to reorganizing the government during his State of the Union address. He pointed to examples of how government agencies duplicate and overlap each other in their progRead more »
Information Security and Electronic and Information Technology Accessibility: Are the requirements at odds?
Electronic and Information Technology (EIT) accessibility aims to provide access and use of information by persons with disabilities.Read more »
by Jonathan Poltrack (ADL)As part of our research into a new learning platform, we are evaluating Application PRead more »
On January 1, the State of Washington officially began using its new building code for new home and business construction. Though its implementation was delayed for two years, the research seemsRead more »
Tehran recently expanded its bus rapid transit system. Photo by Francois Bouchet.Read more »
The president also sought to appease the tech sector on another front with a promise to overhaul the corporate tax code.Read more »
A friend of mine runs the David All Group which has a new blog centered around a branding concept call 1-9-90.The 1 percent of creators convince the 9 percent of activists who in turn persuade theRead more »
Take a look at the screenshot below; either Maryland Congressman Steny Hoyer was blowing off some serious steam with a string of profanity-laden tweets during last night's State of the Union address,Read more »
Traffic collisions can be stressful and confusing. Take the time to be prepared ahead of time so that collecting information accurately and completely will be easy.Read more »
Faced with strong competitors and the curse of bright, entrepreneurial workers who have opportunities elsewhere, Google is bulking up on talent to ensure that it can grow.Read more »
One of my favorite clients had a breakthrough meeting last week. He was getting all caught up in scoring his work, and what his management thought of him, and how he should report his results.Read more »
Old news: The flood of social media is upon us now, and in response we have turned into a nation of narcissists.It is as if we are all the proud parents of newborn infants - except the infants areRead more »
Consumer Watchdog is asking Congress to investigate whether Google is inappropriately benefiting in its contracting activities with federal agencies.Read more »
A new report shows how four federal agencies overcame technological, operational and management challenges to establish effective telework strategies.Read more »
Microsoft has highlighted some of its interoperability accomplishments reflected with the release of the open-source Drupal 7 content management system.Read more »
The Internal Revenue Service, in your pocket.
No word yet on whether the iTunes store takes a cut. (Kidding.) There's an Android version, too.
Polly Trottenberg was the keynote speaker at last night's Sustainable Transport Award Ceremony. Photo by Aaron Minnick.Read more »
Just a reminder that tonight, you can participate in an open-source dial-test of President Barack Obama's State of the UnionRead more »
The Online Trust Alliance has released a Data Breach and Loss Incident Readiness Guide, with advice for preventing, detecting and responding to data security breaches.Read more »
These are the stories Federal News Radio reporters are working on today.Read more »
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is showcasing its digital activity in a new dashboard with data on website and social media use.Read more »
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Commission approves proposed rule to establish interoperability standards for public safety communications network.Read more »
NCI Information Systems Inc., a provider of IT, engineering and logistics services to the federal government, has named Brian Clark executive vice president, CFO and treasurer.Read more »
I just stumbled on an article that claims that Federal Buildings leave lights on all night long. In some cases monthly electric bills were over 1 MILLION DOLLARS. Is there a good explanation foRead more »
Federal managers are facing what some have called the "ice age," the era of pay and hiring freezes that could have a significant effect on the government workforce.
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