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In Depth interviews - November 14
Wednesday - 11/14/2012, 7:18pm EST
Michael Nelson — Reporter, Bloomberg Government
Cloud computing may be about to hit a big roadblock in an unlikely venue — the Supreme Court.
Michael Nelson, a technology policy analyst for Bloomberg Government, joins In Depth to discuss why the outcome of a Supreme Court case — Clapper v. Amnesty International — is important to the future of cloud computing.
BGov: Future of Internet, Cloud in Supreme Court's Hands (requires subscription)
Gary Engel — Director of Financial Management and Assurance, GAO
As the national debt grows every year, the federal government owes more money to one of its largest creditors ... the federal government.
Gary Engle, director of Financial Management and Assurance at the Government Accountability Office, joins In Depth to discuss GAO's recent audit of the Bureau of Public Debt.
Also on the show:
Panetta nominates Dunford to head ISAF Forces (DoD release)