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Air Mobility Command to Adopt Paperless Charts by December

Bob Brewin | NextGov | February 28, 2012

The Air Mobility Command expects to take delivery of tablet computers capable of displaying digital flight charts this April and plans to go completely paperless by December, Gen. Raymond Johns, AMC commander, said in an internal message that Nextgov obtained. Read More »

Analysis: Straightening Out the Paper Trail

Mike Miller | NextGov | February 22, 2012

The ever-changing nature of conducting business in a networked digital world has put a whole new twist on the government's paper trail. Now federal agencies must think in broader and more collaborative ways about their records management challenges. Read More »

Combat EHR System Cost Soars By 2,233 Percent

Susan D. Hall | Fierce EMR | March 31, 2014

The Defense Health Agency's electronic health record for combat troops--costing 2,233 percent more than originally estimated--topped the list of Defense information systems projects gone off track in a report from the Government Accountability Office.  Cost for the system, the Theater Medical Information Program - Joint (TMIP-J), Increment 2, soared from $67.7 million in November 2002 to $1.58 billion by December 2013.

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DOD Collects Feedback From Industry On EHR System Proposal

Staff Writer | iHealth Beat | April 29, 2014

The Department of Defense is sorting through industry feedback on an electronic health record system proposal, Health Data Management reports. Industry comments on a request for information were due last week (Slabodkin, Health Data Management, 4/25).

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FTC: Google Offers 'Brutal Choice' on Privacy Policies

Juliana Gruenwald | NextGov | February 27, 2012

The chairman of the Federal Trade Commission said on Sunday that Google was giving consumers a "binary and somewhat brutal" choice on whether they want to go along with the changes to the company's privacy policies set to go into effect next week. Read More »

Government Geoplatform to Launch by October

Joseph Marks | NextGov | February 29, 2012

The Deepwater spill was a major impetus for, a governmentwide GIS portal that will allow federal agencies to share maps in an easily searchable format across government and with the public... Read More »

House Panel Looks to Reform FCC

Josh Smith | NextGov | March 5, 2012

The House Energy and Commerce Committee on Monday started marking up legislation designed to increase transparency and efficiency at the Federal Communications Commission. Read More »

USPS Breach Wider Than First Reported

Colby Hochmuth | FCW | January 6, 2015

Social Security numbers of U.S. Postal Service employees weren't the only data to be affected in September's cybersecurity breach at USPS. The agency is now saying that the medical records of as many as 485,000 employees might also have been accessed...

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White House to Establish Chief Technology Officers' Council

Joseph Marks | Nextgov | April 10, 2012

The White House is in the process of launching a new council of federal technology officers who will be tasked with sharing insights and solving problems across government, Veterans Affairs Department Chief Technology Officer Peter Levin said Tuesday. Read More »

Will Massive DoD Contract Solve The EHR Interoperability Problems?

Susan D. Hall | Fierce Health IT | April 28, 2014

The Department of Defense Healthcare Management Systems Modernization contract--estimated to be worth approximately $11 billion over its lifecycle--could be a game-changer for healthcare in the United States due to its sheer size and scope, reports Nextgov.  

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