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This week, host Jason Miller interviews Joe Klimavicz of NOAA.
Aug. 12, 2010
The Atlantic Basin remains on track for an active hurricane season.
Dr. Susan Solomon is with NOAA and works on global warming issues.
Let's face it, meetings are a necessary evil for the federal workforce. But what if you could use a collaboration tool that lets you participate digitally? The next generation of virtual collaboration tools are almost the next best thing to being there.
Track the evolution of the NOAA's measuring instruments and methods
Read more about NOAA's data.
Fourteen years ago, Congress passed the landmark Clinger-Cohen Act, creating the job of chief information officer in federal agencies. How has the job changed over the years, and what do today's CIOs think of their role?
Tags: technology , chief information officer , Richard Spires , DHS , David Wennergren , DoD , Susan Swart , State Department , Joe Klimavich , Government Executive , OMB , Clinger Cohen Act , Max Cacas
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has launched a federal Web site meant to answer questions about the response to the B-P Gulf oil spill. Agency officials say it's designed as a one-stop shop for detailed near-real-time information about the response to the Deepwater Horizon incident, incorporating data from the various agencies that are working together to tackle the spill. Originally designed for responders, who make operational decisions regarding the disaster, the web site integrates the latest data on the oil spill's trajectory, fishery closed areas, wildlife and Gulf Coast resources into one customizable interactive map. The web site is http://www.GeoPlatform.gov/gulfresponse.
Find links to all of their resources.
A new place users can go to map the Gulf oil spill.