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Shelly Wilkie Martinez: Gov’t Must Implement Codified Process for Open Data Use

Shellie Wilkie Martinez, executive director of the U.S. Commission on Evidence-Based Policymaking, said the government must codify the process used by federal agencies to leverage open data, FCW reported Tuesday. The statement comes nearly a year following the passage of OPEN Government Data and Foundations for Evidence-Based Policy Acts, laws that regulate the use and management of open data. These laws require agencies to make data accessible to the public.

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Officials Discuss DARPA, CISA Initiatives to Address Disinformation Campaigns

Officials from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency and Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency shared details of their efforts to address deepfakes and other disinformation campaigns ahead of the 2020 presidential elections, Nextgov reported Friday.

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VA Looks at Employee-Based Ideas to Tackle Challenges

The Department of Veterans Affairs is looking at its workforce for ideas to address challenges in health care, Federal News Network reported Thursday. The Veterans Health Administration is facing the rise of elder population, the lack of quality care providers and increasing health care costs. The department's employees have presented ideas to address these challenges at the recent Innovation Experience event in Washington, D.C.

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NRL Demos Chemical Spectrometer Tool in Round-Robin Exercise

The Naval Research Laboratory fielded a mass spectrometer that gauges electronic, cosmo, geo-chemical and nuclear materials during the Nuclear Signatures Inter-laboratory Measurement Evaluation Program exercise.

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DHS S&T Develops Chemical Assessment Model Suite

The Department of Homeland Security's science and technology directorate has created a set of models intended to help federal agencies examine chemical threats and the potential effect of a life-threatening attack.

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