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OMB and GSA issue RFI to see what approaches exist and could be used in government. Document expected to be first of many around cloud computing.
The General Services Administration has hired IBM.
Chief performance officer Zients says agencies need to figure out and follow the best metrics to improve performance. Federal Performance Portal will be a one-stop shop for all agency measures that are being tracked through online dashboards.
Fiscal 2011 budget provides look into how agencies will be expected to improve program departmentwide and governmentwide. The administration calls for bureau levels goals, a new performance portal and problem solving networks. Experts praise White House approach to addressing management issues.
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IBM has won a contract to create a machine that can hear and speak in many languages. The $6.5 million contract came from the Defense Advanced Projects Research Agency.
IBM is creating a new security division — and has just announced a deal to help make it happen.
Cyber criminals are increasingly netting big-fish victims by using a technique called "whaling" — a targeted spear phishing attack that aims for large organizations.
Under 10-year, $240 million deal, IBM will provide operation and maintenance support and provide enhancements as necessary to the Electronic Record Archive system. NARA is considering improving search capabilities for agency customers of ERA. NARA CIO Mike Wash said more and more agencies are transferring data and using the system.
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