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The president had requested a 23 billion dollar increase. But the Democratic plan would eliminate raises for most defense programs.
Computer software targeted by Stuxnet is used in US infrastructure but the virus does not appear to have affected any systems in the United States, a US cybersecurity official said Tuesday.
But who will certify the certifiers? We get a feel for how Health IT certification works from HHS's Dr. Doug Fridsma.
Contract Connections will feature National institutes of Health (NIH), NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Social Security Administration and other federal agencies, as well as the Naval Air Systems Command, Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) and other military commands. Maryland's Lisa Swoboda has details.
"(P)erhaps the lesson of Wikileaks should be that the open air is less fearsome than we'd thought. That should lead to less secrecy. After all, the only sure defense against leaks is transparency," says Prof. Jeff Jarvis. He joins us to talk about it.
The Defense Department employs about 45,000 workers with disabilities, but needs to boost awareness of a program to support, hire and retain them says Stephen M. King. The DOD's director of disability programs joins us to tell us how he plans to do that.
Bid protests are up, which means so is the workload at GAO. The Government Accountability Office's Ralph White explains what's involved.
"We want to protect the end user and we don't want them to care if it was antivirus or personal firewall; you want to protect them in a broader scheme," says ISCA Labs.
Defense revises contracting rule, Troops opting for liposuction over discharge, Army Knowledge Online gets Gutsy
The Pentagon, even while looking for ways to trim the budget and reduce deficit pressure, tells contractors profit margins should stay intact. We get details from Jim McAleese.