Another very busy week here in the District, so busy in fact that this post is coming almost halfway through Week 5.
During Week 4, I wrote about drones, tapped into my weather camp days and covered mobile disaster preparedness and took a look into the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy’s new open government plan.
In non-work-related news, I cooked and was lucky enough to spend a few hours chatting with some promising young reporters from my alma mater, Delaware Valley High School, at the Lincoln Memorial.
Below is a full list of everything I covered for FedScoop, and a new addition for me, StateScoop*.
- Patent and trademark office hosts IT career fair for vets
- Orange is the new black (of voting databases)*
- CIO survey calls cybersecurity top challenge
- Latest open gov plan renews commitment to transparency
- Is the third time a charm for FITARA?
- Commercial space transport gets closer to a reality
- Preparedness goes mobile as hurricane season begins
- Drones, coming soon to a theater near you
- GAO: Agencies not documenting cyber incident response
As always, for a running tally of my work with FedScoop (and StateScoop), head on over to the FedScoop page of my website.