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Location Based Technologies, Inc. (OTCBB: LBAS), a leading developer of comprehensive GPS tracker solutions, announced the signing of an exclusive license agreement with UT-Battelle, LLC (UT-Battelle), which manages and operates the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) for the US Department of Energy (DOE), to integrate and market UT-Battelle’s electric power restoration forecasting system, called VERDE™… Keep reading →


WASHINGTON: Airbus, Boeing’s only likely competitor, probably won’t bid on the new Air Force One even though the Presidential Aircraft Replacement program has reappeared in the 2015 budget. “Airbus could put together a dramatic candidate for Air Force One,” Allan McArtor, the new CEO of Airbus subsidiary Airbus Americas, told reporters at breakfast today when asked… Keep reading →


By COLIN CLARK on January 13, 2014 at 3:00 PM WASHINGTON: Positing the future of intelligence — even for one year – poses unique challenges. First, there’s so much those of on the outside don’t know. Then there’s the simple truth that our enemies and competitors drive so much of intelligence. Since we can’t know with certainty what will… Keep reading →

One of the clearest and most effective ways to improve education outcomes in the U.S. is to develop and put in place exceptional school leaders. Yet, many school systems across America lack a formal or, in some cases, any process to identify and develop these individuals, resulting in a shortage of the types of leaders… Keep reading →

Breaking Media will hold a tele-press conference on the continuing negotiations between the Department of Justice and J.P. Morgan around legal liabilities related to J. P. Morgan’s acquisition of Washington Mutual. The event, which begins on Wednesday, November 6 at 11am, will feature renowned experts on housing and mortgage finance. WHO: Josh Rosner, Managing Director,… Keep reading →

U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) scientists at the Monterey Marine Meteorology Division and the Stennis Space Center Oceanography Division, working with other Navy and academic institutes, took part In the Navy fleet experiment TRIDENT WARRIOR 2013 (TW13), July 13-18, demonstrating in-situ atmospheric and oceanic sensing systems and real-time operational mesoscale numerical weather prediction models. “These… Keep reading →

Wargame Predicts Army Loses High Tech Edge

ARMY WAR COLLEGE: A massive wargame held here this week to explore the “Deep Future” of warfare in the 2030s demonstrated a stark truth — one that Clausewitz enumerated in his famous work, On War — there’s no substitute for sheer numbers, no matter how much high technology the Army buys. That’s an unsettling answer at a… Keep reading →

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For the fourth straight year, federal IT spending was about even with the prior year’s budget – and it seems very clear that trend will come to an abrupt halt in 2013. The Professional Services Council (PSC) stated the “Addressable IT Budgets” in Fiscal Year 2012 added up to $121.7 billion – a total the Council estimates will drop to $115.5 in FY13, with budgets for IT equipment expected to drop 19% in FY13.

With the so-called “fiscal cliff” looming, the new year began promptly with a deal that largely addressed the tax portion of the so-called “fiscal cliff” equation, but delayed measures addressing the spending portion of the “cliff” that include raising the debt ceiling and sequestration spending cuts. Keep reading →

David McClure calls the General Services Administration’s Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies (OCSIT) “a little sparkplug igniting innovation all across government.”

Indeed, OCSIT’s just-released 2012 annual report, “More for Mission,” serves as a 51-page catalogue for the office’s multi-pronged push for innovation in technology in the federal government. Keep reading →

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