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The Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) is back online and ready to improve service to its 10,000 employees and 40,000 students.
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Wednesday, October 14th, 2009 at 2:05pm
Biometric technology has proven to be an effective means to identify known and suspected individuals across our Law Enforcement, Homeland Security, Defense and Consular mission areas. As biometric capabilities are now extending to enable Identity documents and travel permits, the promise of more trustworthy Identity credentials, ease of travel, and better enforcement of border controls is greater than ever.
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IBM opens an analytics solution center dedicated to helping federal agencies extract actionable insights from their data.
The IG of the National Archives answers questions about his testimony on hard drives full of personal information that the agency lost.
Telework proves its worth, even in the planning stages of an emergency.
An excerpt of this week's Ask the CIO program.