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VA would need a staff of 4,000 to scan all its backlogged paper records

June 19, 2012 National Archives and Records Administration passes on systemwide scanning contract.

Verizon protests $750 million Defense high-speed network award to CenturyLink

June 18, 2012 The department’s research network will operate at speeds of 112 gigabits per second.

Canada will spy on people, politely

June 18, 2012 Officials say monitoring and recording practiced are already in place at airports and border points of entry across the country.

Intel agencies want to know how your brain works

June 18, 2012 The goal is to help analysts make sense of data faster.

Report: Tech companies must stand up against repressive regimes

June 15, 2012 The Global Network Initiative advises that companies assess human-rights risks in countries where they operate.

Navy seeks social media tracker to measure reach

June 14, 2012 Service wants to gauge engagement online.

Fraud can’t be stopped with data alone

June 13, 2012 Data analysis must be crafted on the front and back ends, IGs say.

The truth behind transparency

June 11, 2012 In a world where open data doesn’t always mean open government, progress is tough to gauge.

CIA’s research investment focus shifts from missiles to big data

June 11, 2012 One-third of the companies in In-Q-Tel’s portfolio are in Silicon Valley.

Federal officials look to spur growth in health care tech

June 6, 2012 Sebelius and Genachowski pitched for more spending for new technology.