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GSA Unveils Data Federation Movement in Support of Open Govt Efforts; Denise Turner Roth Comments

The General Services Administration has launched a new effort to support data standardization and data federation systems across federal and local government agencies and also promote open and interconnected digital government. GSA said Thursday U.S. Data Federation will build on efforts of Data.gov and utilize case studies that demonstrate unified and coherent data architectures …

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DARPA Adds Biological, Defense, Info Research in Web Catalog; Chris White Comments

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has expanded its research web portal to include additional peer-reviewed publications, other research materials and open source software from three DARPA offices. Research from the Biological Technologies Office, Defense Sciences Office and Information Innovation Office are now available through the DARPA Open Catalog as part …

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Fed CTO Responds to Public Feedback on Open Gov Plans

Aneesh Chopra, the nation’s chief technology officer, asked for public feedback in a White house blog post earlier this month on increasing transparency in government. Many respondents asked questions regarding the Open Government Plan, leading Chopra to respond with another blog post Monday. The Open Government Plan is part of …

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DOD Reveals Open Government Plan

The U.S. Department of Defense will soon be taking steps to make the department more transparent and data more readily available to the public. Yesterday, April 8, 2010, the DOD released their Open Government Plan detailing the efforts. “Improved transparency can enable the public to better understand goals and activities …

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