Debris orbiting the Earth is getting out of hand and the military thinks businesses can help solve the problem.
NOAA’s network modernization will also build additional resiliency into its communications, an essential capability for an agency that has seen near-record levels of economic devastation brought on by natural disasters. At least 16 disasters this year have resulted in billion-dollar recoveries.
The Army is using machine learning to build a retention prediction model, which determines the likelihood of personnel staying in the service.
“Our organization has about 4,000 people scattered in about 50 locations. And thanks to COVID, it’s become 4,000 locations,” said Roy Varghese, the chief information officer at NOAA Fisheries.
Chi Kang, deputy director for Operations in NOAA’s Cyber Security Division, talked about how the agency made the pandemic shift to large-scale telework and how its modernizing legacy network systems.
Sometimes contractors surprise you with how good a job they did. That was the case for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
The National Academy of Public Administration sorted out Trump administration appointed officials at NOAA contradicting the National Weather Service.
Viable communications are necessary for disaster response efforts. That’s why FEMA’s 2018-2022 Strategic Plan puts an emphasis on resiliency and redundancy for these systems.
Though federal disaster preparedness and response agencies tend to hold up experiential training as the gold standard, the coronavirus pandemic is prompting a pivot to virtual training.
When it comes to gathering data, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is one of the most network-intensive agencies you’ll find.
Lifecycle costs at agencies that operate ships, aircraft, satellites can be predicted and kept under control.
In recent months, NOAA has inked agreements with to extend the agency's capabilities to explore and map the deepest parts of the ocean.
In today's Federal Newscast, the world's favorite web site right now is about to get a fresh chunk of federal grant money.
Best listening experience is on Chrome, Firefox or Safari. Subscribe to Federal Drive’s daily audio interviews on Apple Podcasts or PodcastOne. Among its duties, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration monitors the populations and health of ocean species,…