We need to respect the human remains at Titanic's wreckage and support the efforts of NOAA and others to protect the site.
The agency joins the march away from RIM products, which were once ubiquitous in government.
The depository for federal GIS data is operating but must clear some hurdles before it can reach its full potential, geospatial information officers say.
In just a little more than a year, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration went from shopping for solutions for desktop services to a full-scale implementation of Google Apps for Government. Here are some milestones in that process.
With agencies looking to Google Apps for Government as a cloud computing option, the Lab's Greg Crowe visits NOAA, where a team is putting collaboration, customization and cost-control to work.
Google Apps for Government makes cross-platform central management of mobile devices possible, and BlackBerry Enterprise Server unnecessary.
Storm also could bring Northern Lights to parts of the lower 48.
A multiagency effort is developing a one-stop shop for accurate, interoperable geospatial data, maps and tools from across government.
The first nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System, set for Nov. 9, will see how the country handles sensory deprivation, even if for a little while.
A new Web application allows first responders to access disaster images directly on their smart phones and tablets.
The National Weather Service will refresh its mobile website, Mobile.weather.gov, which offers weather forecasts by ZIP code.
More than 5,000 historical documents from NOAA's Coastal Services Center will be archived and made permanently available through the Federal Digital System, an authoritative source for digital public records.
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