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  • Army researches more effective targeting

    Army researches more effective targeting

    By tracking the motions of soldiers on the ground, the Army hopes to improve the accuracy of targeting systems.

  • Securing the grid by moving tech from lab to market

    Securing the grid by moving tech from lab to market

    Universities will get help commercializing the technology developed under a $12.2 million Department of Energy pilot program to protect the nation's energy infrastructure.

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    Berkeley Lab opens computational science facility

    The Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory’s Wang Hall will house the National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center.

  • NGA seeks input on new, improved mapping tools

    NGA seeks input on new, improved mapping tools

    A configurable mapping platform would help the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency build and deploy intuitive, customizable and responsive maps on both mobile and desktop clients.

  • new agency for veterans in NYC

    New NYC agency to help veterans

    The new Department of Veterans’ Services is expected to better serve the city’s 220,000 veterans.

  • Congressional app challenge kicks off for student submissions

    Congressional App Challenge kicks off for student submissions

    This year’s contest launched Nov. 9 and runs through Jan. 15, invites high school students in 37 states to create, code and submit original applications.

  • Mapping the future of planetary data

    Mapping the future of planetary data

    NASA has released an RFI seeking suggestions on the architecture for its Planetary Data System.

  • Pennsylvania to upgrade criminal record data collection

    Pennsylvania to upgrade criminal record data collection

    Electronic data collection will increase offender identification compliance.

  • DHS makes more investments in automotive cyber research

    DHS makes more investments in automotive cyber research

    The Department of Homeland Security has awarded $3.7 million in research funding to the University of Michigan and HRL Laboratories for automotive cybersecurity research.

  • GSA’s Integrated Award Environment embraces GitHub

    GSA’s Integrated Award Environment embraces GitHub

    The General Service Administration has put the IAE codebase on the popular code repository platform and looks to focus developer outreach efforts there as well.

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  • Can two-speed IT bridge traditional and digital approaches?

    Can two-speed IT bridge traditional and digital approaches?


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