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FedWire: Keyboard courage, life in orbit, ‘there’s an app for that’

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Keyboard courage.

Banking on brain tissue?

NASA finding may challenge current theories on planet formation.

  • Published in Federal

HP Enterprise Services’ Michael Donovan on innovation

Michael Donovan, chief technologist, HP Enterprise Services

“Let me talk a little bit about the difference between innovation and invention first because I think it really helps kind of set the scene. Invention is what most people think about when they talk about innovation.

  • Published in Federal

FedTalks 2013: The life of Frank Abagnale

Frank Abagnale gets emails every day telling him he’s a genius. That he’s brilliant. That what he did as a teenager and a young adult, adventures that became the subject of the movie “Catch Me If You Can,” show gifts the average person simply does not possess.

  • Published in Federal

FedTalks 2013: Industry innovation legislation

Is an innovation bill around the corner?

According to Steve Felice, president and chief commercial officer of Dell, there is reason to be optimistic.

Speaking to a large group of government and private sector information technology enthusiasts at FedTalks 2013 on Wednesday at the Mead Center for American Theater in Washington, D.C.

  • Published in Federal

Inside NSA’s data protection, cloud strategy


Dr. Patrick Dowd, chief technology officer and chief architect, National Security Agency (Photo: FedScoop)

After recent leaks exposed the more clandestine side of the National Security Agency, the agency’s chief technology officer remained committed to open source, cloud-based software as the best way to consolidate NSA’s servers, save money and protect its systems from cyberthreats.

  • Published in Federal
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