Not dead yet Tape storage makes a stand in archival and some backup applications
Fortress on the Hill Capitol Visitor Center has 580,000 square feet underground, but officials won’t say whether it is a congressional bunker
Bill would prevent DOD from pulling clearances
Davis measure would briefly relieve clearance crisis
Mass. relaxes open-format mandate
Congress divided over fixes for FEMA
John Johnson picked for critical role at GSA
Editorial: Opportunities abound The Bush administration’s pandemic plan is rife with opportunities for the government IT community
Courtland: Focusing on the future
Curt Barker: The man who mastered deadlines
As a pro bono project manager at NIST, he unlocked the secrets of teamwork
‘Ticked off’ about pay at GAO
Agencies struggle to hire technical talent
Iraqi scientists get virtual access to research
Federal, private sector will help Iraqis build and take control of digital science library
Government increasingly outsources business intelligence work
More agencies are turning to third-party data brokers to mitigate risks
Lockheed Martin makes Savi buy
Damming the data stream
GSA gets buyout nod
Troubled procurement agency can now offer early-outs to as many as 395 employees
Protests put brakes on ITES
Congress blamed xxx
Bill demands free public access to science reports
Uncle Sam as a hot employer
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