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Articles by Larry Greenemeier
posted in January 2005
GEOSS is expected to spur improvements in sensor, networking, and geographic imaging technology.
It's not hard to find someone, even in government, who agrees that 9/11 could have been prevented. It's also not hard to find someone, even in government, who agrees that data-sharing projects underway to correct the intelligence lapses that enabled 9/11 are moving slowly. A year here, 18 months there, and throw in some overpriced, overdue technology. All of this would make me very nervous if it wasn't for some very dedicated people I've met lately.
Drug Intelligence Fusion Center will provide agents with data from other federal agencies, including the FBI and Homeland Security.
Florida hopes to expand a data-sharing network aimed at spotting criminals or terrorists across jurisdictions.
The University of Maryland is the latest Homeland Security center of excellence, receiving a three-year, $12-million grant.
Veritas integrated its backup, replication, and storage-management apps into a suite aimed at companies with 100 or fewer servers.
Companies test sensor technology that sends alerts if a container is opened
Three years after starting, FBI is calling in outsiders to re-evaluate its approach
The FBI says the system a contractor built to improve information sharing doesn't meet its needs, despite the $170 million price tag.
The Homeland Security Department's National Infrastructure Advisory Council Tuesday held its first meeting since President Bush's November reelection. After a first term largely spent getting its arms around just how much of the nation's critical infrastructure - energy utilities, manufacturing and transportation facilities, telecommunication and data networks, and financial services - is run by private-sector companies, NIAC is now looking for a way to motivate these companies to improve both p
GE and partner companies believe containers with sensors that warn of tampering would make smuggling of weapons by terrorists less likely.
Atari's CIO looks at Linux as historic cost-saving opportunity.
Federal program to provide trusted ID system expanding to far more workers
IP-based videoconferencing is key to the department's international outreach efforts and internal training programs.
The federal government is looking to expand its program for secure worker identification cards.
Broadband and wireless communications, cybersecurity, and E-government systems are among the technologies targeted for development.
A new report says Sarbanes-Oxley compliance efforts in the second half of 2004 had managers rethinking IT priorities.