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    By building visual representations of the connections in the data, Beagle makes it much easier to connect the dots and ultimately understand how scam networks operate.

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    Exponential change is coming, one expert says. But that doesn't necessarily mean public-sector jobs will disappear.

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    D.C. code meets open government on GitHub

    When Joshua Tauberer found a typo in the District of Columbia’s legal code, he corrected it with a GitHub pull request – an action that’s possible only because D.C. publishes its code on the online hosting service.

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