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Data transparency, a chief digital officer, Pentagon phishing and more

News and notes from around the federal IT community.

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Private-sector drones test friendly foreign skies

Amazon says the FAA's approach to regulating unmanned aerial systems is outdated.

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CMS releases new data exchange rule for health records

The comment period on the proposed EHR rule ends May 29.

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Data.gov help desk, FTC tech office and credit card theft

News and notes from around the federal IT community.

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Sonny Hashmi: The exit interview

GSA's CIO talks advice for new hires, key cloud takeaways and areas still in need of improvement.

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18F is growing up fast

Launched a year ago with 15 employees, 18F is expected to have nearly a hundred soon.

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Warren: VISTA is here to stay

The pending move by DoD to a system based on a commercial health record system won't alter the data sharing relationship with VA, says the acting CIO.

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New NGA CIO 'bullish' on IT deployment

NGA CIO and director of IT services Douglas McGovern say his new office will help the agency deliver better intelligence to government customers.

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Amazon latest FAA drone certificate holder

The 48th experimental airworthiness certificate was granted for a design presented to the FAA by Amazon Logistics.

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Environmental datasets, reverse auction legislation and military email

News and notes from around the federal IT community.

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OFPP looks for fuller procurement vista

A new feedback tool is aimed at identifying best practices and acquisition areas that need improvement.

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Cyber commander wants more offense

National Security Agency Director Adm. Michael Rogers calls for more offense, while Sen. John McCain blasts the administration for lack of effective deterrence.

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