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New IT Field

Program management becomes an official career field for federal IT.

Pentagon details plan for new nuclear bomber

Able to carry out missions with or without onboard pilots, the fleet would be the "centerpiece" of a suite of long-range strike aircraft.

From Nextgov: Social Security statements to go online

SSA has been especially cautious about putting info on the Web because Social Security numbers can be used in identity theft.

Space shuttle Endeavour gets set to attempt its final landing

Shuttle program will end after Atlantis mission in July.

From Nextgov: Government performance website may not meet Hill requirements

After losing more than three-quarters of its e-gov budget, OMB says it may not be able to complete the congressionally mandated project by October 2012.

From Nextgov: OMB to cut two transparency programs, suspend others

Move comes after the e-gov transparency fund was slashed 75 percent in April negotiations to avert a government shutdown.

Moving to Telework

New commutes for employees is an impetus for a stronger telework program at the Defense Information Systems Agency.

Open information may mean more errors get published

Agencies feel pressure to rush out lightly vetted data on such websites as the Obama administration’s, specialists say.

From Nextgov: Defense looks for commercial alternative to its broadband battlefield radio

The Army could buy as many as 25,000 of the radios by 2022, if the procurement goes through.

From Nextgov: LightSquared cell network knocks out first responders' GPS in tests

The Pentagon and the GPS industry fear the system will interrupt navigation systems nationwide if it wins FCC approval.

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