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9/14/09 - Veterans Affairs and the Department of Defense

Veterans Affairs and the Department of Defense have been working for more than a decade on sharing health data but more work still needs to be done. According to a new report, the two agencies aren't ready to be fully inter-operable in their sharing of electronic medical data. While some progress has been made, VA and DOD still need to expand the inpatient records systems and hire more full-time employees to establish accountability for the department's interoperability efforts.

Tags: technology , Interoperability Report , VA , health

Friday - 09/11/2009, 01:08pm EDT

Health Records

A decade long effort by the Departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs to share information between their Electronic Health Records systems is finally starting to bear some fruit. While VA and DOD are now able to exchange patients' social history data, share physical exam data and ensure high bandwidth for secure network gateways, GAO says they need to define more quantifiable goals. The two departments expect by September 30th to be able to transmit periodic health assessment data stored in the DOD electronic health record over to VA.

Tags: technology , Power of Information , health , GAO

Monday - 08/03/2009, 10:53am EDT

SPECIAL REPORT: Tech Solutions energize the good to be even better

Office looks to modify existing technology to solve first responder problems in less than 15 months. The idea is to close gaps and let others figure out complete solution.

Tags: technology , Jose Vazquez , DHS , science and technology , DoJ , Energy , Thales Communications , Technology innovation , Tech solutions , special reports

Monday - 07/06/2009, 01:15pm EDT
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Army Missile System

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Wednesday - 02/18/2009, 07:18pm EST

Deep Space Inspection

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Monday - 02/16/2009, 07:17pm EST

FAA Meets NextGen Milestone

Ground satellite system gets go-ahead to expand nationwide

Tags: Next Generational Air Transportation System , GPS , Commerce , DHS , DoT , FAA , President Bush , Bobby Sturgell , technology

Monday - 11/24/2008, 08:02pm EST

Net Centric Operations

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Originally aired September 7th @ 3:05pm

Tags: technology , net centric operations , Priscilla Guthrie , Brig gen dave warner , DISA , major gen michael vance , j-8 , dr. ron jost , dasd , Cheryl Roby , john landon , terry mansfield , Unisys , David West , cisco , Jim Flyzik , Tom Trezza

Monday - 08/21/2006, 04:25pm EDT

Cyber Security

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Tags: technology , cyber security , glenn schlarman , OMB , scott charbo , DHS , Tom Wiesner , Labor , Robert Lentz , mike gibbons , Unisys , mike rau , cisco , donald goff , UMUC , Jim Flyzik , Tom Trezza

Tuesday - 05/16/2006, 11:31am EDT

Combined Federal Campaign

The Combined Federal Campaign is underway...and Deputy Defense Secretary Bill Lynn says with an August unemployment rate of 9.7 percent, and nearly 15 million Americans without work, this is a great time for Pentagon staffers to make a difference with their CFC donations. DoD's 2009 goal is 14.1 million dollars. Last year, they raised 16 million dollars...surpassing their goal by 3 million dollars.

Tags: management , Armed Forces Update ,

Friday - 09/18/2009, 12:02pm EDT

Managing Pentagon spending

Big changes in store for the Pentagon's acquisition workforce. Shay Assad, the acting deputy undersecretary for defense for acquisition & technology says the federal civilian DoD workforce in acquisitions is expected to rise by 20 thousand, while contracting staff will fall by half that amount. Pentagon contracts have nearly tripled over the last 8 years, but the size of the workforce overseeing those contracts has been flat.

Tags: management , Armed Forces Report , Pentagon ,

Monday - 08/24/2009, 01:29pm EDT
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