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The military is performing a proof of concept in Utah by putting transit benefits on employees\' Common Access Cards. USDA is implementing technology to require the use of HSPD-12 cards to log onto applications.
Federal agencies scrambling on DNSSEC implementation
WFED\'s Jason Miller reports.
The document highlights work being done by NIST, standards working group and budget guidance to agencies. NIST to come out with several special publications to help agencies implement cloud computing. The CIO Council also includes use cases on 30 different cloud implementations.
Mike Thibault, Co-Chairman of the Commission on Wartime Contracting, tells us about new findings on contracting in Iraq.
It\'s being called a potential traffic catastrophe. Thousands of federal workers, and their cars, are being shifted to already crowded roads in Northern Virginia as part of BRAC. Now, there are efforts to stop it.
Did you ever hear of a GS 14 step 15? Some feds say that\'s what the National Security Personnel System created, and they love it. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey discusses the rise and fall of the loved-hated NSPS program.
A Major General in Haiti describes how much things have changed.
To achieve concrete outcomes, the will to drive change in an enterprise-wide perspective is needed to continue to breaking down barriers. We get an update on how that\'s going from the director of enterprise integration at DoD\'s Business Transformation Agency, Prashant Gaur.
Poisoned PDFs? Here\'s your antidote
Every year, one distinguished federal IT acquisition manager receives the coveted John J. Franke award for career excellence. The award last night went to Jim Williams, who recently retired from the GSA as the Commissioner of the Federal Acquisition Service.
The DoD Secretary says he won\'t let a pay raise derail the Authorization bill.
We learn about the difference between blimps and tethered aerostats from Capt. Alex Lovett with Defense Research and Engineering
NOAA\'s National Geodetic Survey - the official U.S. government source for determining precise latitude, longitude and elevation - is undergoing a modernization effort that takes into account advances in GPS and other technologies. chief geodesist at NOAA, Dr. Dru Smith, tells us where we are with that.