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Data capacity, analysis, expertise drive IoT work at NASA

In addition to storing the data, bringing forward technology and personnel to make that data useful is critical, said John Sprague, deputy chief technology officer for IT at NASA.

NASA, FCC, USDA lean on open source to propel IoT forward, DoD less so

As the sensors and connected technologies that make up the Internet of Things find a home in the federal government, many agencies believe the adoption of open source technology will ensure that innovation isn't happening in silos.

Excess unobligated program balances were helpful during the 2013 shutdown, says GAO

While auditors may typically frown on agencies' unobligated funds exceeding balances, the practice is sometimes justifiable, and it was particularly helpful during the 2013 government shutdown,  says  an Oct. 30 Government Accountability Office report.

GAO: Better use of strategic sourcing can help manage IT spending

Several major government agencies have done a better job of managing their information technology spending, but duplicative contracts continue to plague their buying power, according to the Government Accountability Office.

Feds slightly more engaged this year, says Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey

Federal workers were slightly more engaged in their jobs this year than they were last year, and NASA remained one of the top agencies for job satisfaction, according to the Office of Personnel Management's 2015 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey.

Feds slightly more engaged this year, says Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey

Federal workers were slightly more engaged in their jobs this year than they were last year, and NASA remained one of the top agencies for job satisfaction, according to the Office of Personnel Management's 2015 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey.

New British research points to higher record-breaking temperatures in 2015 and 2016

The British Meteorological Office issued research showing that these changes – the Pacific Decadal Oscillation, an El Niño weather phenomenon in the tropical Pacific and the Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation – will continue to contribute to increasing global average temperatures.

New British research points to higher record-breaking temperatures in 2015 and 2016

The British Meteorological Office issued research showing that these changes – the Pacific Decadal Oscillation, an El Niño weather phenomenon in the tropical Pacific and the Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation – will continue to contribute to increasing global average temperatures.

GAO: Agencies aren't publicly explaining how they're meeting agency priority goals

Several federal agencies haven't been transparent about how they're measuring performance against their priority goals, says a Sept. 10 Government Accountability Office report.

GAO: Agencies aren't publicly explaining how they're meeting agency priority goals

Several federal agencies haven't been transparent about how they're measuring performance against their priority goals, says a Sept. 10 Government Accountability Office report.