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Canada PM Helps Canadian Start-up Companies to Grow and Prosper
Prime Minister Stephen Harper today announced the organizations that have been chosen to advance in the selection process for the Canada Accelerator and Incubator Program (CAIP), which is designed to help outstanding small- and medium-sized Canadian enterprises to grow, prosper and create jobs.
Canada Canada: CIOs Must Understand Foreign Markets
Foreign markets contribute over 50 per cent to the success of many enterprises. If IT execs aren’t prepared to understand this, they — and their enterprise — will fail
United States U.S.: Obama Praises American Diversity and Vows to Improve Immigration System
Celebrating the ethnic diversity of America, President Barack Obama said more than two dozen foreign-born service members who became U.S. citizens at the White House on the Fourth of July are vivid reminders that welcoming immigrants “is central to our way of life.”
United States U.S.: Happy Birthday, America. Now What About National Preparedness?
The Federal Emergency Management Agency’s National Preparedness Goal outlines how local, state, tribal and federal partners, as well as nongovernmental partners should aim to achieve “a secure and resilient nation with the capabilities required across the whole community to prevent, protect against, mitigate, respond to, and recover from the threats and hazards that pose the greatest risk.”
United States U.S.: Governments Struggling to Get Social Media Right
Social media is the ultimate government transparency, which is why public officials need to not only get used to it but also get good at it. Here’s how.
United States U.S.: Government Could Make or Break the Free Internet in the Next 10 Years
Here are two ways governments could undermine Internet freedom in the coming decade: They could block and filter it more, and they could stir greater mistrust by using it to conduct more intrusive surveillance programs against citizens. That’s according to a canvassing of more than 1,400 experts conducted by the Pew Research Center, which asked for opinions and predictions about the future of the Internet. Respondents noted an increasing tendency for governments worldwide to regulate the I ...
Canada Canada Concerned over Recent U.S. Buy-America Actions
Canada is very concerned over recent legislation in the United States that reflects repeated attempts to impose domestic content requirements for products purchased by federal, state and municipal-level governments within the U.S., according to a statement by Canadian Minister of International Trade Ed Fast Monday.
Canada Mock Email Scam Ensnares Hundreds of Bureaucrats at Justice Canada
Many of the Justice Department's finest legal minds are falling prey to a garden-variety Internet scam.
United States U.S.: Female Reaches Top Navy Ranking
The Navy has its first female four-star admiral, Michelle Janine Howard. She was promoted on Tuesday to the service's highest rank.
United States U.S.: New Boston CIO Talks Open Data, Engagement and Access
Blue State Digital founder Jascha Franklin-Hodge outlines his tech priorities for the city.
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