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Joseph Marks

Senior Correspondent Joseph Marks covers cybersecurity for Nextgov. He previously covered cybersecurity for Politico, intellectual property for Bloomberg BNA and federal litigation for Law360. He covered government technology for Nextgov during an earlier stint at the publication and began his career at Midwestern newspapers covering everything under the sun. He holds a bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Wisconsin in Madison and a master’s in international affairs from Georgetown University.
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Navigating the Hatch Act in the Internet Age

December 1, 2011 FROM NEXTGOV arrow The folks over at OhMyGov have put together a handy infographic for federal employees to share political views on their personal blogs and through social media without violating the 1939 Hatch Act. The post is based on a 2010 Frequently Asked Questions primer from the Office of Special Counsel. The...

Window on The World

December 1, 2011 More than 40 nations have joined a partnership to promote transparency, but what that means depends on where you live. One irony of the digital revolution is that it has made the once relatively simple concept of government transparency significantly more opaque. In the old days of paper, transparency generally...

White House Dashboard Tracks a Handful of Building Projects

November 30, 2011 FROM NEXTGOV arrow A White House Web page launched Wednesday tracks federal permitting and environmental review progress on 14 high priority infrastructure projects. The administration handpicked the 14 projects for "expedited review," because officials believe they will "create a significant number of jobs... and... significant steps remaining before construction are within the control...

It's waste vs. cost in the transparency debate

November 30, 2011 FROM NEXTGOV arrow There are some technical steps officials could take to make reporting less burdensome for recipients of federal stimulus money, such as auto-filling more parts of the electronic spending form, reducing the number of data fields and adding auto-editing programs that spot common mistakes such as incorrect ZIP codes, government watchdogs...

It's waste vs. cost in the transparency debate

November 30, 2011 There are some technical steps officials could take to make reporting less burdensome for recipients of federal stimulus money, such as auto-filling more parts of the electronic spending form, reducing the number of data fields and adding auto-editing programs that spot common mistakes such as incorrect ZIP codes, government watchdogs...

IRS hasn't properly tested new e-file system, audit finds

November 29, 2011 FROM NEXTGOV arrow The Internal Revenue Service's transition to a new system for electronically filing individual and business tax returns has been hindered both by insufficient testing and not enough filers using the system, according to an auditor's report released Monday. The IRS has been gradually implementing the Modernized e-File system since 2004,...

White House looks to beef up management of electronic records

November 28, 2011 FROM NEXTGOV arrow Federal agencies have until May 2012 to report on how they will improve the way they store and manage electronic records, including emails, blog posts and social media activity, according to a White House memorandum issued Monday. The White House and National Archives and Records Administration will use the reports...

We the People draws a curious crowd

November 28, 2011 FROM NEXTGOV arrow During roughly two months since its launch, the Obama administration's We the People online petition website has drawn environmentalists looking to kill the Keystone pipeline project, graduate students seeking more subsidized loans and immigrants advocating for a less labyrinthine visa system. It's also attracted online poker enthusiasts asking for consumer...

White House looks to beef up management of electronic records

November 28, 2011 Federal agencies have until May 2012 to report on how they will improve the way they store and manage electronic records, including emails, blog posts and social media activity, according to a White House memorandum issued Monday. The White House and National Archives and Records Administration will use the reports...

We the People draws a curious crowd

November 28, 2011 During roughly two months since its launch, the Obama administration's We the People online petition website has drawn environmentalists looking to kill the Keystone pipeline project, graduate students seeking more subsidized loans and immigrants advocating for a less labyrinthine visa system. It's also attracted online poker enthusiasts asking for consumer...

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