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Government urged to improve information sharing before crises

Future security threats are likely to transcend intelligence requirements of counterterrorism operations.

From Nextgov.com: Web 2.0 technologies are seen as vital to attracting younger employees

Social networking is here to stay and government must adapt , federal practitioners say.

From Nextgov.com: Army is lax in overseeing issuance of contractor ID cards, IG finds

Contractor failed to conduct adequate background checks before giving employees access to sensitive computer systems and military facilities.

DHS secretary pushes industry to invest in cybersecurity

Plans to beef up protection hinge on private sector -- which owns most of the nation’s infrastructure.

From Nextgov.com: Concerns swirl around transparency of Navy network contract

Officials gather comments on plan to break services into eight segments, but critics say time is short.

Philadelphia-based consultant buys McConnell International

Clinton Rubin purchases federal consulting firm founded by former OMB tech chief in a move to enter stable federal market.

From Nextgov.com: Navy plans to ask for NGEN proposals by spring

The service prepares to hold two industry days to discuss the network that will connect users on shore and at sea.

Homeland Security communications network project at risk of delays

The department should have developed stronger controls before hiring a contractor to work on the project, report says.

From Nextgov.com: DuPont, German company win lightweight battery contest

Defense held yearlong competition to reduce by as much as 75 percent the weight of batteries needed to power high-tech devices in battle.

From Nextgov.com: Feds still fumbling with financial management systems

GAO skeptical about an increase in number of agencies complying with law to deploy compatible systems that use proper standards.

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