National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

AP Photo/Cliff OwenFILE - In this Saturday, Feb. 20, 2016 file photo, National Weather Service Director Louis Uccellini speaks to the National Governors Association Winter Meeting Homeland Security and Public Safety Committee, in Washington. Uccellini, who has been the director of the National Weather Service for more than eight years, says he will retire at the end of 2021. (AP Photo/Cliff Owen)

The man behind the nation’s weather forecasting operations says farewell

Dr. Louis Uccellini has spent more than 40 years as a federal weather practitioner, first at NASA and then at the National Weather Service, where he’s…

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Two agencies launch a joint challenge involving data, climate decision applications

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After 15 years of Best Places to Work, data findings consistently point to engagement needs

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NOAA Fisheries

Marine mammal research and discoveries earn federal scientist a Sammies nod

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The technology clock is ticking, as agencies move toward modernization

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Census Bureau training 5 agencies to run ‘do-it-yourself’ data sprints

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NOAA uses AI for more accurate weather forecasts, prompting data storage challenges

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A group of people play Spikeball at twilight on the beach, Thursday, Aug. 7, 2020, in Ocean Park, Maine. As the summer tourist season reaches its peak Maine's coronavirus positivity rate remains among the lowest in the nation. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty)

NOAA’s data sharing with windmill developer could yield ocean insight for both parties

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DOJ could start looking closer at cybersecurity fraud on government technology providers

In today’s Federal Newscast, officials at the Justice Department are sending a warning to government contractors, they will be turning up the False Claims…

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This Monday, Nov. 9, 2020 satellite image made available by NOAA shows Tropical Storm Eta in the Gulf of Mexico at 1:51 p.m. EST. At left is Texas and at bottom is Mexico's Yucatan peninsula. (NOAA via AP)

NOAA, Google teaming up to use satellite data, AI

Best listening experience is on Chrome, Firefox or Safari. Subscribe to Federal Drive’s daily audio interviews on Apple Podcasts or PodcastOne. The…

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DoD wants industry’s help in taking out space trash

Debris orbiting the Earth is getting out of hand and the military thinks businesses can help solve the problem.

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