Tweet ... A mountain of net neutrality comments, a privacy paradox, ransomware warnings and ... The Federal Communications Commission released a trove of more than 2 million responses to its Open Internet docket in a single zipped XML file.
But other changes have been implemented that have sought to help, including the ... Further support for the maturation of community-driven XML data standards developed under NIEM to help overcome technical barriers to sharing information.
Tweet ... Furthermore, the technical fundamentals of open data include using machine-readable, open file formats such as XML, HTML, JSON, RDF or plain text -- as opposed to the pervasive, proprietary Portable Document Format created by Adobe.
Close this Advertisement ... CBP website helps track trade violations ... In another step toward completing the overhaul of its commercial trade system, ... The updated website gives users faster and more accurate access to searchable copies ...
Tweet ... China supply chain restrictions softened in funding bill ... IT contractors would have an easier time doing business with a few key government ... That provision was part of a larger government response to perceived threats posed by ...
Intelligence Community turns to Tumblr for transparency ... The National Security Agency may have misled the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance ... The first day's postings included nine declassified documents relating to Section 702 ... Tweet
Tweet ... Agencies get how-to on open data compliance ... , machine-readable StratML format at http://xml.fido.gov/stratml/drybridge/index.htm#M-13-13-IG or, more specifically, http://xml.fido.gov/stratml/carmel/M-13-13-IGwStyle.xml
... are now available in open, standard, machine-readable StratML Part 2, Performance Plan/Report, format at http://xml.fido.gov/stratml/drybridge/index.htm#CIOC or, more specifically, http://xml.fido.gov/stratml/cusson/CIOC2013wStyle.xml
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