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From Nextgov: E-neighborhood watch program spreads to half of states

Initiative teaches law enforcement officers across different jurisdictions to share tips on potential threats in a standard, searchable format.

From Nextgov: Minding the debt . . . and the desktops, too

The Bureau of Public Debt has a substantial sideline providing IT services to other federal agencies.

From Nextgov: Pentagon official worries about implications of British hacking scandal

As the military expands the use of smartphones on the battlefield, the services pay a premium to secure them.

Blurring the Digital Divide

Gen Y is losing its edge over older cohorts on technology and social networking.

From Nextgov: Internet repression on the rise since Arab Spring

Most regimes censoring the Internet are using new tactics that go beyond simple blocking, experts say.

From Nextgov: Outgoing federal CIO speculates on his legacy

Vivek Kundra said he envisions reducing the government's total data center infrastructure to "three digital Fort Knoxes" at some point in the future.

Sizing Up the Competition

Federal agencies are notably absent from list of top 100 IT employers.

From Nextgov: National Archives' first Wikipedian to bring more to the public

Graduate student Dominic McDevitt-Parks is using his summer fellowship to begin organizing Wikipedia's volunteer workforce around the institution's vast holdings.


Last shuttle mission takes off

Astronauts are carrying equipment and supplies to the International Space Station before Atlantis, NASA's final space shuttle, is retired.

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    Federal leaders weigh in on the state of information security


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