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Federal Drive Interviews -- Dec. 6, 2012
Thursday - 12/6/2012, 9:43am EST
Kathleen Frisbee — director, Web and Mobile Solutions, Veterans Health Administration
The Veterans Affairs Department has been roaring ahead on the mobile computing front. That's partly because it's being pushed that way by its medical workforce. They'd love nothing better than to be rid of clipboards and prescription pads. And partly, VA is always looking for ways to increase productivity and lower costs.
"The Egyptian people have had enough of dictatorship." That was the message from the U.S. Embassy in Cairo's Twitter feed last week, after a controversial move from Egypt's democratically elected president. But that Tweet contradicts the official U.S. position. And this isn't the first time the Cairo Embassy Twitter feed has "gone rogue." It also sent those so-called apology tweets during protests in September, and it frequently sends sassy responses to people who tweet at it. So who is running this Twitter account and what is the State Department doing about all of this?
USAID is hoping university professors and students can help it solve some of the toughest challenges facing both the agency and the countries it works in. It has given seed money to seven universities to launch development labs, each with its own focus.
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