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FedRAMP Must Scale to Keep Pace with Federal SaaS Adoption

FedTech Magazine

FedRAMP’s creation in 2011 saw government begin to reduce its data center footprint by vetting the security of cloud services once and enabling agencies to reuse the authorized technology — starting with solutions from major cloud service…

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From Moving Cars to Moving People: Scaling Up Safer Streets in Indian Cities

The City Fix

According to the 2011 Indian census, 48% of people walk or cycle to work every day compared to the less than 3% of people. Most people in India walk – to work, to the market or to the railway station.

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How State and Local IT Agencies Can Best Prepare for Natural Disasters

State Tech Magazine

Last year tied 2017 and 2011 for the third-highest number of billion-dollar disasters in the U.S., The National Centers for Environmental Information recently released the final update to its 2022 Billion-Dollar Weather and Climate Disasters report. with the cost of 18 weather events totaling more than $175 billion.

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FedRAMP Evolves to Meet Government Cloud Technology Needs

FedTech Magazine

OMB established FedRAMP in 2011 to streamline the adoption of cloud products and services by vetting their security once and allowing agencies to reuse the resulting authorities to…

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Economic impact of big name concert tours: Taylor Swift in Philadelphia

Rebuilding Place in Urban Space

Still, it's interesting to think about concert attendance in terms of in-area and out of area visitors, and the differentiated economic impact. == More entries about music performance as an element of cultural planning -- " Song remains the same ," 2011 -- " Ground up (guerrilla) art #2: community halls and music (among other things) ," 2011 -- " Leveraging (..)

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2023 in Libraries

Previous years: 2022 , 2021 , 2020 , 2019 , 2018 , 2017 , 2016 , 2015 , 2014 , 2013 , 2012 , 2011 , 2010 , 2009 and some reviews from 2003. Hartness/Randolph (1) – I got some books out. I should go by this place more often, it’s such a nice library.

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A New, Centralized Server Fuels Digital Exhibits at the Renovated National Air and Space Museum

FedTech Magazine

The museum has welcomed about 350 million visitors since its construction on the National Mall in 1976, but renovations became necessary when a 2011 earthquake cracked its exterior marble paneling. Before the renovation, interactives were powered at their locations within the museum, but now the IT infrastructure extends up to the galleries.

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