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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.

Lady Techs

Report finds the number of women in federal IT grew 36 percent in the past 20 years.

From Nextgov: White House proposal could open computer networks to insider threats

Industry group cautions against getting auditors involved in assessing security.

Cultivating Cyber Pros

Homeland Security is offering a bunch of programs to recruit and train cybersecurity workers.

Influential federal CIO to step down

Vivek Kundra is credited with saving taxpayers $3 billion through smart tech policies.

From Nextgov: Executive feds are smartphone savvy, but lag on tablets

New survey suggests security concerns aren't stopping senior leaders from using personal devices for work.

Home Sweet Home

Survey finds most employees prefer their homes to government telework centers.

From Nextgov: Hack of IMF data raises global worries

Speculation about potential Chinese intrusion at IMF generates concern about U.S. financial networks.

From Nextgov: Satellite and aircraft images play key role in battle against massive Arizona fire

High-tech tools help managers plan where to set backfires, place bulldozers to clear fire lines, drop retardant by helicopter and position nearly 200 fire engines.

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