FedWire: Presidential Google Hangout road trip, strontium atomic clock and renaming GPO

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GAO has two additions to high-risk list.

First-ever presidential Google Hangout road trip. 

Moving to Mars.

Read the bill to rename GPO the Government Publishing Office.

Herschel telescope detects water on dwarf planet.

GSA’s Challenge.gov wins Harvard Innovation Award.

Strontium atomic clock sets records in precision and stability.

See winners and people behind the scenes of federal challenge competitions:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JvVvnXv0bE0&feature=youtu.be

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