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OSTP loses another deputy CTO

Beth Noveck returns to New York Law School after spending two years at deputy chief technology officer for open government. She focused on the White House's transparency initiative.

Tags: technology , management , Beth Noveck , Andrew McLaughlin , Phil Larson , OSTP , New York Law School , open government , transparency ,

Tuesday - 01/11/2011, 07:11am EST

Bill would make deficit commission proposals law

Rep. Kevin Brady (R-Texas) introduces legislation to cut the federal workforce by 10 percent and freeze federal pay for an additional year. The bill includes a host of suggestions to cut spending from both the commission and from the Obama and Bush administrations. Brady said collecting unpaid taxes from federal employees could result in $3 billion.

Tags: management , Kevin Brady , DoD , Justice , IRS , White House , federal spending , budget deficit , National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and R ,

Monday - 01/10/2011, 02:57pm EST

OMB reminds agencies to justify brand names in RFPs

The Office of Management and Budget is reminding agencies for a second time in four years not to use brand names in their procurements.

Tags: contracting , technology , industry , Vivek Kundra , Dan Gordon , Victoria Espinel , OMB , brand name justification ,

Friday - 01/07/2011, 07:27pm EST

Defense expands cyber DMZs

DoD is expanding the use of demilitarized zones to improve security of its unclassified network. Over the next two years, DISA require all service applications to go through these buffer zones.

Tags: technology , Richard Hale , Dave Mihelcic , Larry Huffman , DISA , DoD , Cyber Command , cybersecurity , BRAC , AFCEA ,

Friday - 01/07/2011, 07:45am EST
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DISA widening space between network, public Internet

DoD is expanding the use of demilitarized zones to improve security of its unclassified network. Over the next two years, DISA require all service applications to go through these buffer zones.

Tags: technology , Richard Hale , Dave Mihelcic , Larry Huffman , DISA , DoD , Cyber Command , cybersecurity , BRAC , AFCEA ,

Friday - 01/07/2011, 07:12am EST

Reporters' Roundup: DoD budget cuts, DISA's demilitarized zones

WFED's Jason Miller and Jared Serbu give details on stories they are working on.

Tags: demilitarized zones , DISA , DoD , Dorobek Insider , Internet , technology , Jared Serbu , Robert Gates , budget , Reporters' Roundup

Thursday - 01/06/2011, 04:23pm EST
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Congress gives NIST a clear set of priorities

The America Competes Reauthorization Act authorizes the agency's programs and sets a path toward the future. President Obama signed the bill into law Tuesday. Several other science and technology agencies receive marching orders from lawmakers.

Tags: technology , management , Patrick Gallagher , John Holdren , NIST , OSTP , Energy , NSF , America Competes Act , challenges , cybersecurity , cloud computing ,

Thursday - 01/06/2011, 07:16am EST
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Google wins stay of Interior award to Microsoft for cloud

The Court of Federal Claims rules that Interior violated law and federal regulations in awarding a sole source contract to Microsoft for e-mail and collaboration services in the cloud. This the latest episode in an ongoing battle between the two software giants to provide cloud services to agencies.

Tags: contracting , industry , technology , Bernie Mazer , Susan Braden , Rhea Suh , Interior , GSA , USDA , Court of Federal Claims , GAO , Google , Microsoft , cloud computing , e-mail-as-a-service , bid protest ,

Thursday - 01/06/2011, 07:09am EST

New law changes NIST marching orders

Patrick Gallagher, the director of NIST, told Federal News Radio's Jason Miller about how the provisions in the law will change the way NIST meets its mission.

Tags: NIST , Peter Gallagher , Dorobek Insider , technology

Wednesday - 01/05/2011, 03:22pm EST
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NARA brings online collections together

New Online Public Access portal lets users search three databases in one fell swoop to access 13 million records. Archives responded to customer complaints that its electronic records were too difficult to search.

Tags: technology , management , Pam Wright , Carol Lagundo , NARA , electronic records , Web 2.0 ,

Wednesday - 01/05/2011, 06:35am EST
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