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Bidders face a short deadline of this Friday June 26th to compete for the job of redesigning Recovery.gov, the website of the Recovery, Accountability and Transparency Board. A spokesman says it's because the board faces its own short deadline of mid-October to make the stimulus tracking site fully functional.
Quick Response codes or QR codes are bar codes on steroids. They look like a 3-D crossword puzzle and can store a couple thousand characters of information within a tiny square. Clay Johnson, blogger at infovegan.com, joined DorobekINSIDER to discuss possible applications of QR codes for government.
Legislation builds on Bush-to-Obama transition success.
Why you should plan to participate.
Maybe tax funds should stay in the Crescent City
Senate committee schedules hearing for federal CTO nominee Chopra for May 19.
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