FedWire: Cyberhygiene, virtual robotics and the Summer of Innovation


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2013_04_fedwire2001FedWire is FedScoop’s afternoon roundup of news and notes from the federal IT community. Send your links and videos to tips@fedscoop.com.

Protecting classified information – a lesson in cyberhygiene.

Education helps students make informed decisions, releases college cost data.

Gen. Keith Alexander speaks to NSA workforce.

HHSentrepreneurs wanted.

DISA liaison officers introduce APAN as solution during exercise Balikatan.

Nine teams move forward in DARPA virtual robotics challenge.

Delta bumps up against DOT fines.

Smart snacks in school standards.

FCC moves to protect private consumer information on wireless devices.

NIST announces three funding opportunities for engineering research.

Celebrate with caution – CPSC data shows most firework injuries occur around July 4.

You really should avoid buying medicine online, but if you must, FDA is looking out for you.

Summer of love? NASA brings you Summer of Innovation.

Innovation for Global Good Hangout:

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