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Mobile apps are reshaping government services and operations

Some of the most significant developments in government software applications are taking place at the state level.

From Nextgov: Investigation reveals widespread insider hacking at immigration agency

Breaches at Texas Service Center before 2008 raise national security concerns and highlight vulnerability of citizenship data.

From Nextgov: Agriculture pulls all GIS maps into a single portal

Move will reduce duplication and make high-quality maps more accessible to the public.


DARPA director under investigation for conflict of interest

Defense inspector general confirms probe of Regina Dugan’s continued relationship with family firm.

From Nextgov: VA promotes social media use with new policy

Department wants to give veterans the opportunity to communicate directly with its employees.

Innovation Perks

Does government's structured work environment put it at a disadvantage when looking to attract and retain tech-savvy workers?

From Nextgov: Energy shutters first website in governmentwide campaign

Administration officials want to slash the number of federal sites to save money and clarify agencies' online presence.

From Nextgov: VA adds tablet computers to massive technology buy

The purchase will mark the first large-scale procurement of tablets in the federal government.

From Nextgov: Large solar flare likely disrupted radio systems in the Mideast

That and a separate event that forced officials to reroute commercial flights foreshadow future problems, scientist says.

Apps and Profiles

GSA launches new per diem smartphone app; mentor program looks to online matching.

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    This research study aims to understand how state and local leaders regard their agency’s innovation efforts and what they are doing to overcome the challenges they face in successfully implementing these efforts.

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