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DOD’s New Electronic Health Record System: Future Teaming Opportunities

by Lloyd McCoy Jr., Consultant

It’s finally here! The long awaited new electronic health record (EHR) system for the Department of Defense has been awarded to a team comprised of Cerner, Leidos, and Accenture. 559 more words

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Virginia’s Need for a Uniform Case Management Solution

by Mark Wisinger, Analyst

Judicial systems exemplify the ideal environment for case management software, as legal cases require incident management at various stages in the litigation process — with a multitude of possible outcomes. 410 more words

Market Intelligence

DISA’s Role in JIE Sparks Opportunity in IT Infrastructure

by Kevin Shaker, Analyst, Market Intelligence

For more than 5 years the broad mission statement within government IT has remained constant: save money and time while increasing efficiency. 428 more words

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No, your smartphone doesn’t take better pictures than the Hubble

Guardian headline to the contrary, the Hubble space telescope is not inferior to a smartphone camera. If you want to skip my lengthy reasons below, it’s because your smartphone takes pictures of brightly lit scenes, in a friendly environment, that are meant for showing your friends on Facebook. 1,487 more words

How COTS Products Can Drive Data Innovation at Government Agencies

by Stephanie Meloni, Senior Analyst

At AFCEA Bethesda’s 4th Annual Data Symposium last week, civilian agencies with data-centric missions gathered to talk data strategy, solution implementation, and share success stories. 451 more words

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Evaluating Different Persistence Methods as part of the Planning Process

Every once in a while, I get asked about how to select between different types of databases. Generally, this comment is as a result of a product vendor or consultant making a recommendation to evolve towards a Big Data solution. 1,469 more words

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