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    Cent’anni! A DARPA toast to long-life software

    Research agency wants self-updating programs that can run for a hundred years. Read More

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    TSA is running out of space

    The base requirements for a new data storage system include delivery, installation and migration of a minimum 480 terabytes. Read More

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    Special Ops command seeks drones, pilots and support

    SOCOM's drone operations are based primarily in Afghanistan, with other activity in Somalia, Yemen, the Philippines and the U.S. Read More

  • DARPA keeps an eye on the Arctic

    The Defense Department's research shop wants a network of rugged, affordable sensors for the far north. Read More

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    DHS retools license plate reader proposal

    A previous effort to obtain license plate reader capabilities was terminated after public outcry over privacy concerns. Read More

  • Shutterstock image (by Pavel Ignatov): Radio antenna, digital concept.

    DISA seeks updated spectrum management tool

    Increased sharing is making spectrum management a critical function. Read More

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    Air Force eyes fake social media drama

    The idea is to simulate social media activity following a disaster as a way to model potential responses. Read More

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    Cutting-edge agency goes old-school

    DARPA wants to use analog computing processes to revolutionize simulation. Read More

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  • Shutterstock image (by wongwean): bio data.

    DHS looking for wider bio-data feed

    The National Biosurveillance Integration Center wants a source that can aggregate a minimum of 50,000 online data sources every 12 hours. Read More

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    Who wants to be the .gov gatekeeper?

    The General Services Administration is seeking input on plans to improve the registration and management system for government Web addresses. Read More

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