Open Data/Transparency

Cloud computing is the next line in the competition with China

It’s fair to say, federal agencies will never buy commercial cloud computing services from Chinese vendors.

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The need for reform in federal procurement and acquisition

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3 ways governments can better protect public data

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TSP

Following tumultuous launch, TSP contractor promises more improvements still ahead

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Musurlian, Peter

Stopping aviation explosions through science, with the chemistry branch manager at the Transportation Security Laboratory

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Musurlian, Peter

Explosive discussion with the Transportation Security Lab’s Jason Stairs

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State Department aims to build on open-source effort to track war crimes in Ukraine

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The future of GPS could be on the ground rather than in space

You know when you’re using an app that uses GPS in a major city, and it can’t quite pin point your location? Well, a new tech company in San Francisco…

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How industry is working to secure quantum computing

It might be the biggest thing in computing since the microprocessor. But quantum computing doesn’t come with guaranteed security. Among the challenges,…

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As ransomware attacks evolve, agencies must find innovative ways to backup data

Federal agencies face an incredible threat as ransomware attacks continue to evolve and attackers grow more and more evasive.

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