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Adm. Michael Rogers: NSA to Undergo Reorganization in January

Navy Adm. Michael Rogers, director of the National Security Agency, has said NSA will launch a reorganization of its workforce in January following a 10-month evaluation of the agency’s structure, Government Executive reported Wednesday. Charles Clark writes Rogers told his audience at an Intelligence and National Security Alliance event that the …

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Four Councils Offer Recommendations to Improve Federal IT Acquisition; Dave Wennergren Comments

The Professional Services Council and three other technology organizations have released a joint document that lists six guiding principles on how the federal government can improve its acquisitions of technology products and services from the private sector. PSC drafted the white paper titled “Delivering Results: A Framework for Federal Government Technology Access & …

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Red Hat VP Paul Smith: Many Agencies Embrace Open-Source Tech Programs

Some government and industry executives who presented at a Red Hat-sponsored forum Tuesday believe open source technology can drive ideas for development of other information technology platforms, Fedscoop reported Tuesday. Paul Smith, vice president and general manager of Red Hat’s public sector business, told audience at the company’s annual Government Symposium that many …

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New WH Innovation Strategy Includes Advanced Manufacturing, Precision Medicine, Supercomputing Projects

The Obama administration has updated its strategy to help public and private organizations to address the most pressing challenges and boost economy of the U.S. through innovation. The White House said Wednesday its Strategy for American Innovation outlines federal investments in the advanced manufacturing, precision medicine, neuroscience, autonomous vehicle, smart cities, clean …

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