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  WASHINGTON: “We have the presumption we’re going to have the competitive edge when it comes to technology,” said Rep. Randy Forbes, “[that] just because we’ve had it in the last several decades that somehow or other we’re destined to have it in the future.” That’s a dangerous mistake, Forbes said Thursday at the Carnegie Endowment, where… Keep reading →

In a ruling issued last week, Federal District Judge Manuel L. Real (United States District Court, Central District of California, Case No. CV 09-8199-R) reaffirmed his previous May 2013 judgment and permanent injunction against California that blocks the state from making and continuing drastic cuts to reimbursement rates for drugs dispensed by safety net providers… Keep reading →

V-22s, Other Marine Aircraft Need Battle Networks


  WASHINGTON: When Americans were threatened during the civil war in South Sudan, Marine Corps MV-22 Ospreys flew a Marine response force from Spain to Djibouti in a non-stop flight of 3,200 nautical miles – the distance from Alaska to Florida. That’s an extraordinary feat for an aircraft that can take off and land vertically like a helicopter…. Keep reading →

Technology Training Corporation (, in association with the American Institute of Engineers, has announced the “4th Symposium on Federal Big Data R&D” to take place in Arlington, VA, June 17-18, 2014. This outstanding symposium brings together the key government and industry experts who are shaping the direction of big data research and development across the… Keep reading →

The National Labor Exchange (NLx) was named the provider of job content to the newly enhanced Veterans Job Bank found on the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs eBenefits platform. A public-private partnership between DirectEmployers Association and its longtime partner the National Association of State Workforce Agencies (NASWA), the NLx includes 1.5 million opportunities found on… Keep reading →

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 →

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