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Congressional oversight to turn up heat on federal IT in 2023

Current and former federal technology experts offer their take on why House lawmakers will be more active with oversight and what are some of the emerging…

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Cyber, customer experience drove the federal technology story line in 2022

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As data proliferates, data centers are a prime target for sustainability efforts

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Biden picks 233 civil service leaders for the 2022 Presidential Rank Awards

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IT executives

VA’s first permanent chief data officer Kshemendra Paul leaving agency

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Millionaire status is fleeting for thousands of TSP participants

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Senate appropriators propose to repeal Hyde, add tens of billions to Defense budget

The Senate Appropriations Committee is proposing $850 billion for national security.

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Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s supercomputer #1 on the Top 500 list

Supercomputers keep getting faster and now the Oak Ridge National Laboratory has switched on a machine that makes 1.1 exaflops of performance. It’s called…

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In this undated image provided by Climeworks AG shows a geothermal power plant near Reykjavik, Iceland. The Iceland plant, called Orca, is the largest such facility in the world, capturing about 4,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide per year. (Arni Saeberg/Climeworks AG via AP)

Yet another avenue for trying to make federal buildings go green

One of the initiatives from the Energy Department to try and make that happen is a $6 million award to certain national laboratories to expand the use of geothermal heating and cooling at federal sites.

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