Caitlin Fairchild

Web Producer Caitlin Fairchild joined Government Executive in summer 2011 as an editorial fellow, after graduating from the College of William & Mary, where she spent four years writing for the student newspaper, The Flat Hat. In March 2012, she was hired full time as a web producer. She has completed internships at Washingtonian Magazine and at the public affairs office of Nellis Air Force Base in Las Vegas.
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Video: Look for This Robot Barista on Your Morning Commute

January 31, 2017 FROM NEXTGOV arrow A lot of people stop by Starbucks or Dunkin Donuts every morning on their way to work. These stops can be time-consuming, costly and often crowded. CafeX debuted an alternative option: a robot barista. Order from a kiosk or your smartphone to get precision-made espresso drinks for less than $3....

Video: Useful Features in the New iOS

January 30, 2017 FROM NEXTGOV arrow The latest version of iOS has been released for developers, and the developers out there have discovered some interesting new features. Along with increased functions for Siri, the new operating system boasts a "Find My Airpods" feature, allowing users to locate Apple's small and easy to use wireless headphones. Apple...

Video: Boeing Introduces New Kind of Space Suit

January 26, 2017 FROM NEXTGOV arrow Move over, old, bulky space gear—there's a new suit in town. Boeing has designed an innovative new space suit for the upcoming Starliner mission. The suit, appropriately named the Boeing Blue, includes boots co-designed with Reebok and gloves designed for use with touch screens. Most importantly, it also only weighs...

Video: WhatsApp Features You Might Not Know About

January 25, 2017 FROM NEXTGOV arrow WhatsApp has become popular all across the world, partly thanks to its end-to-end encryption. But what other features does the app boast? Users can star a message to come back to it at any time and check message history to see whom they chat with the most. Conversely, if you've...

360-Degree Video: Ride Along With a Martian Rover

January 24, 2017 FROM NEXTGOV arrow Ever wanted to ride along with a Mars rover? NASA is now giving you that opportunity. Not actually on Mars, unfortunately, but in the "Mars Yard,” a terrain simulation area at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California. This is where hardware and software are tested before the rover launches...

Video: Facial Recognition Can Monitor Your Mood While You Shop

January 23, 2017 FROM NEXTGOV arrow Google already tracks data and intel on you while shopping online, and now the tech giant is attempting to do the same in brick-and-mortar shops. Facial detection software from Google, recently showcased at the National Retail Federation's Big Show, could allow stores to gauge your thoughts on merchandise based on...

Bye, Bye: Outgoing Federal Officials Tweet Their Goodbyes

January 19, 2017 FROM NEXTGOV arrow As the White House changes hands and Senate confirmation hearings kick off for incoming agency heads, the secretaries and directors of the Obama administration are bidding their adieus as they wrap up their tenures. Yesterday was my last day as Federal CIO. Honored and blessed to have served last two...

Video: A Steering Wheel for Self-Driving Cars

January 18, 2017 FROM NEXTGOV arrow As the market of self-driving cars continue to grow, the rules on what the interior of a vehicle should look like becomes less important. Should these driverless cars have a steering wheel for safety reasons? What will that steering wheel control. As automakers grapple with these questions, some options are...

Video: How to Make More Room on Your Android Device

January 17, 2017 FROM NEXTGOV arrow Need to download something to your Android smartphone and your storage is full? It's time to reclaim some space. First, clear the cache. Each app will keep data to load things faster for the next time they're opened, and this takes up storage. Users should also delete all unnecessary downloads....

Video: Wearables for Astronauts

January 13, 2017 FROM NEXTGOV arrow Many people rely on fitness trackers to monitor how many steps they took in a day or how much water they drank. But for astronauts aboard the International Space Station, there are many numbers they need to track to get a clear picture of their health in microgravity. Enter the...

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