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  • SPAWAR looks to advance GPS system software

    SPAWAR looks to advance GPS system software

    The Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command is considering a follow-on contract to sustain the system software used by the Global Positioning System-based Positioning, Navigation, and Timing Services.

  • MTA to host transit hackathon

    MTA to host transit hackathon

    New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority is enlisting techies to crunch ridership and route data to improve bus transit on Staten Island.

  • Gigabit Internet comes to KC public housing

    Gigabit Internet comes to KC public housing

    The Kansas City Housing Authority is working with Google to bring free gigabit Internet to over 1,300 families in the metro area.

  • Dashboard shows bed availability for substance abuse treatment

    With information collected from state-certified treatment providers, the Bed Availability Dashboard lets users search for openings by location, age and gender.

  • cloud computing

    First woman-owned small business gets FedRAMP nod

    NetComm’s Beacon software-as-a-service platform allows users to create customized dashboards.

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  • Mobile app to access Navy COOL

    Navy launches COOL app for career transition

    With a new mobile application, sailors will have easy access to information on transitioning their service-based skills to civilian careers.

  • Hackers target local law enforcement systems

    Hackers target local law enforcement systems

    As police departments move to electronic data transmission and storage, they are increasingly vulnerable to cyberattack.

  • The Naval Research Lab is testing a mathematical formula to help autonomous sail drones find thermals.

    There's an algorithm for everything, it seems

    The latest example: The Naval Research Lab is testing a mathematical formula to help autonomous sail drones find thermals.

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  • San Francisco seeks innovation fellows

    San Francisco seeks innovation fellows

    San Francisco has openings in the 2016 Mayor’s Innovation Fellows program for two civic innovators to help create new tools and processes to improve delivery of government services.

  • IARPA preps for human-machine forecasting, design tools for superconducting computers

    IARPA preps for human-machine forecasting, design tools for superconducting computers

    At two upcoming proposers’ days, researchers can learn about the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity’s plans to optimize human-machine forecasting and to build tools that will enable development of a superconducting computer.


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