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The Hill
Watchdog: Trump officials improperly withheld funds for advanced energy officeprovide lawfully directed appropriations to the programs to which they are dedi
The Hill / Posted 2 days ago
provide lawfully directed appropriations to the programs to which they are dedicated,” Johnson, the ranking member of the House Science Committee, said in a statement. “It cannot attempt to shut down an agency or starve a program it doesn’t like... Read more
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The Hill
Moscow-based Kaspersky Lab says fed ban on its products is 'location' biasCongress could make to existing statutory and administrative authorities relate
The Hill / Posted 2 days ago
Congress could make to existing statutory and administrative authorities related to protecting government networks.” The House Science Committee has an ongoing series of hearings about security threats in Kaspersky wares at which founder Eugene... Read more
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Roll Call
Where Science Goes, So Goes Our Nationbe our guide. Rep. Paul Tonko is an engineer by training and a Democrat. He ha
Roll Call / Posted 2 days ago
be our guide. Rep. Paul Tonko is an engineer by training and a Democrat. He has represented New York’s 20th District since 2009 and serves on the House Science Committee and as ranking member of the Energy and Commerce Environment Subc... Read more
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The Hill
House panel seeks to ID agencies not meeting Kaspersky purge deadlineThe House Science Committee is pushing the Department of Homeland Security (DHS
The Hill / Posted 9 days ago
The House Science Committee is pushing the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to reveal which agencies have not fully complied with deadlines in a broad effort to identify and remove all Kaspersky Lab products. Lawmakers fear that Russian... Read more
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The Space Review
Seeking regulatory certainty for new space applicationsDepartment of Commerce’s Office of Space Commerce, which today has only a few s
The Space Review / Posted 11 days ago
Department of Commerce’s Office of Space Commerce, which today has only a few staff members. That bill was approved by the House Science Committee in June, but has yet to be taken up by the full House. Panelists didn’t directly address that bill,... Read more
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The Hill
Washington grapples with Flynn falloutfirm whose software the Department of Homeland Security says federal agencies c
The Hill / Posted 11 days ago
firm whose software the Department of Homeland Security says federal agencies can no longer use. An aide to the House Science Committee, which has been holding hearings on the matter, told The Hill this week that another hearing could be... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
If no one owns the moon, can anyone make money up there?in "permissionless innovation", similar to the ethos that nourished new enterpr
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 16 days ago
in "permissionless innovation", similar to the ethos that nourished new enterprises on the internet. This spring, the House science committee packed those ideas into a bill that has been sent to the full House. It would put the regulatory... Read more
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The Age
If no one owns the moon, can anyone make money up there?in "permissionless innovation", similar to the ethos that nourished new enterpr
The Age / Posted 16 days ago
in "permissionless innovation", similar to the ethos that nourished new enterprises on the internet. This spring, the House science committee packed those ideas into a bill that has been sent to the full House. It would put the regulatory... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Soon-be former Bexar GOP chair makes run for Congress officialConstitution” and believes it’s “as relevant as it was when it was written over
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 16 days ago
Constitution” and believes it’s “as relevant as it was when it was written over 200 years ago." Smith, chair of the U.S. House Science Committee, has maintained a firm grasp on his seat for the last three decades, routinely winning upwards of 60... Read more
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The Hill
House Science panel requests new answers from EquifaxThe House Science Committee on Monday requested a new batch of documents in its
The Hill / Posted 25 days ago
The House Science Committee on Monday requested a new batch of documents in its investigation into the Equifax breach. In a letter, the committee asks for the names of all people notified of the security vulnerability eventually exploited by hackers... Read more
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The Hill
Pentagon flagged Kaspersky as potential threat in 2004by Moscow-origin Kaspersky Lab as a potential threat in 2004, according to rece
The Hill / Posted 25 days ago
by Moscow-origin Kaspersky Lab as a potential threat in 2004, according to recent correspondence with Congress. The House Science Committee uncovered the detail in the course of its oversight investigation into potential risks to government... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
EPA turns to industry for scientific dataand recommendations of the agency's own scientists. Such change has drawn prai
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 1 months ago
and recommendations of the agency's own scientists. Such change has drawn praise from longtime EPA critics, such as House Science Committee Chairman Lamar Smith, R-Texas. "Throughout the Obama administration, Science Committee hearings... Read more
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Philly.com
EPA heeds industry over its own staffersand recommendations of the agency’s own scientists. Such change has drawn prai
Philly.com / Posted 1 months ago
and recommendations of the agency’s own scientists. Such change has drawn praise from longtime EPA critics, such as House Science Committee Chairman Lamar Smith, R-Texas. “Throughout the Obama administration, Science Committee hearings... Read more
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The Mercury News
EPA heeds industry over its own staffersand recommendations of the agency’s own scientists. Such change has drawn prai
The Mercury News / Posted 1 months ago
and recommendations of the agency’s own scientists. Such change has drawn praise from longtime EPA critics, such as House Science Committee Chairman Lamar Smith, R-Texas. “Throughout the Obama administration, Science Committee hearings... Read more
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