Jon Runyan

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Defense Failed To Adequately Manage Terabytes Of Iraq War Data

Bob Brewin | Nextgov | December 20, 2012

Records for U.S. forces in Iraq as of 2010 amounted to 20 to 50 terabytes of data -- as much as five times all the books cataloged by the Library of Congress -- with the information stored in an unmanaged, unstructured format with no metadata, according to an internal Pentagon report that the Defense Department Freedom of Information Act Office released Dec. 4. Read More »

Lawmakers Urge VA To Keep Better Records

Patricia Kime | Marine Corps Times | December 6, 2012

Lawmakers are pressing for digitization of military records, and better file sharing among agencies responsible for them, following media reports of missing or inaccurate unit records and the temporary disappearance of 250 files from the National Personnel Records Center in St. Louis. Read More »

VA CIO Baker Responds To Decision To Scrap iEHR At Hearing

Kyle Murphy | EHR Intelligence | February 27, 2013

Before the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, outgoing Chief Information Officer for VA Roger Baker provided testimony and responded to questions from committee members regarding the decision on the part of the VA and the Department of Defense (DoD) to scrap its efforts with the joint integrated EHR (iEHR). Read More »