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Pacific Northwest National Lab image: PNNL microbiologist Josh Powell looks at anthrax spores, which have developed into bacteria over the course of 12 hours. At low doses, researchers found growth of spores is lower in human lung cells than rabbits.

New study could help bio-threat response

The goal is to be able to predict outcomes from terrorist incidents involving anthrax.

Associated Press image (by Kevin Lamarque): Hillary Clinton on a plane to Libya.

As secretary, Clinton turned to top aides for tech support

Rather than seeking assistance from the State Department help desk, she emailed senior aides for assistance.

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e-QIP fallout and more phishing schemes

News and notes from around the federal IT community.

Summary of care for lab results from the VA

VA mobile apps link into the Vista health record

The VA is moving forward with a suite of apps for patients and providers that feature live connections into VA health records.

Terry Halvorsen

Halvorsen's Silicon Valley trip shakes up JRSS

An RFP for Joint Regional Security Stacks software will ask vendors to incorporate big-data analytics capabilities that DOD CIO Terry Halvorsen observed firsthand in Silicon Valley.

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GSA ponders partnership with DISA on telecom

GSA is including a clause in the EIS contract to bring it in line with the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation System.

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Warren: Cyber won't suffer in VA budget crunch

Acting VA tech head Steph Warren says malware attempts are trending down from a peak in March, a result of the wider use of Einstein 3.

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Not enough hype for the IoT?

A new report says the seemingly over-hyped Internet of Things might actually be under-hyped.

Shutterstock image (by Robert Adrian Hillman): Abstract design for broken code.

First, admit you have a problem

Greg Godbout's advice to agencies confronted with data-based evidence of a project's failure? Admit you messed up and quickly change direction.

18F delays RFQ again, DOD wants cloud, White House FISMA compliance and more

News and notes from around the federal IT community.

Tony Scott  (Photo: VMware)

CIO Scott seeks new framework for government cloud

Federal CIO Tony Scott wants to re-imagine government processes for cloud.

FedRAMP logo. (Update 2014)

Should FedRAMP be the standard for all public sector?

Conversations with Canada, U.S. states are ongoing about how to leverage the federal cloud security framework.

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