Happy May Day aka International Workers’ Day! Let’s welcome Angie Cope to the “podium” as our May Blogger-of-the-month (bio)!! Angie’s a maps librarian so I hope we’ll see lot’s of information about USGS, GIS, etc.
And thanks too to our April BOTM, Newkirk Barnes. Just when I thought that Gary Price was our most prolific BOTM, along comes Newkirk. In case you missed anything, here’s a wrapup of Newkirk’s posts:
- FEMA struggles to upgrade information technology
- Google and state government information
- 2010 Census field data collection
- Homeland Security Report Card
- Report from President’s Identity Theft Task Force
- Library of Congress newspaper project
- Money management
- Data breach at USDA
- American Presidency Project
- Electronic voting machines
- Social Security checks with wrong amounts
- Oral Histories from U.S. Veterans
- Electronic health information
- 2006 Federal Information Security Management Act reports
- White House e-mails
- NARA films from Google
- Better collaboration among intelligence agencies?
- Lack of collaboration among DHS watch centers
- 100 Milestone Documents
- Your tax dollars at work, literally
Thanks again Newkirk! Take it away Angie!!
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