Daily Government Contracting Recap – March 25, 2010

Jim Lewis of CSIS
Jim Lewis of CSIS

Cyber espionage is the real problem, according to CSIS’ Dr. Jim Lewis who spoke at the Potomac Officers Club today.

Purdue is partnering with Sypris Electronics for cyber research.

According to a cyber researcher, our best hope is that the enemy is “drowning in data.”

There are more mobile devices than people at the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms.

Healthcare has passed, is a green bill next?

DOE will enhance energy education.

IRS will hold open houses throughout the country leading up to April 15.

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