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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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USAID to stand up new Geospatial Data Center

August 3, 2011 FROM NEXTGOV arrow A new geospatial data center at the U.S. Agency for International Development aims to mash together satellite imagery and on-the-ground surveys and reports to cut down on field-based work and give the agency a better sense of where development dollars can do the most good. Agency officials are in the...

From Nextgov: USAID to stand up new Geospatial Intelligence Center

August 3, 2011 A new Geospatial Intelligence Center at the U.S. Agency for International Development aims to mash together satellite imagery and on-the-ground surveys and reports to cut down on field-based work and give the agency a better sense of where development dollars can do the most good. Read the whole story at...

Managers doubtful about meeting data center consolidation goal

August 2, 2011 FROM NEXTGOV arrow Only 10 percent of federal information technology managers think the government will be able to reach its goal of shutting down roughly one-third of its nearly 2,100 data centers over the next four years, according to a recent survey. Nearly one-quarter of those officials think there will be more data...

From Nextgov: Managers doubtful about meeting data center consolidation goal

August 2, 2011 Only 10 percent of federal information technology managers think the government will be able to reach its goal of shutting down roughly one-third of its nearly 2,100 data centers over the next four years, according to a recent survey. Read the full story on Nextgov.

White House Credits Twitter for Debt Ceiling Deal

August 1, 2011 FROM NEXTGOV arrow In the lost perspectives department, White House Communications Director Dan Pfeiffer confirmed to New York Times reporter Brain Stelter late Sunday that the White House believes the Tweeting public helped push Congress toward a debt ceiling agreement. The conversation, which also occurred via Twitter, was first reported by Mashable.com The...

Government IT may fare well under debt ceiling deal

August 1, 2011 FROM NEXTGOV arrow The deal struck between the Obama White House and congressional leaders to immediately raise the limit on federal borrowing in exchange for $2.5 trillion in spending cuts over 10 years is unlikely to mean a major scaling down of federal information technology initiatives, experts told Nextgov on Monday. That's because...

From Nextgov: Government IT may fare well under debt ceiling deal

August 1, 2011 The deal struck between the Obama White House and congressional leaders to immediately raise the limit on federal borrowing in exchange for $2.5 trillion in spending cuts over 10 years is unlikely to mean a major scaling down of federal information technology initiatives, experts told Nextgov on Monday. Read the...

Chief Changes

August 1, 2011 Vivek Kundra led bold tech reforms, but his legacy is more about management than machines. When President Obama named then-District of Columbia Chief Technology Officer Vivek Kundra to be the nation's first chief information officer in 2009, he cited Kundra's "depth of experience in the technology arena" and said the...

No Shortage of Cost-Cutting Ideas

July 29, 2011 FROM NEXTGOV arrow As of Friday morning, the Obama administration had received 15,000 unique ideas for how to make government more efficient from about 19,000 federal employees who had either posted a proposal or voted on the idea they liked best. The ideas -- due by the end of the day Friday --...

Agencies lag on social media security, privacy concerns, GAO says

July 29, 2011 FROM NEXTGOV arrow Federal agencies that use Facebook, Twitter and other social media to push their messages to the public and gather citizen input haven't adequately investigated privacy and security concerns with the new online tools, according to a report from the Government Accountability Office. About half the 23 agencies GAO surveyed also...

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