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Predictive analytics: the future of successful law enforcement? l Government Computer News http://bit.ly/11F0NJ1
If you have a basement, check for radon, a cancer-causing gas in 1 in 15 homes l Women’s Health http://go.usa.gov/gdNj
House committees to probe debt limit, Benghazi next week l House News http://bit.ly/Vy668Z
Argonne’s Crabtree to be keynote speaker at 2013 Summit on Energy Efficiency l Argonee http://bit.ly/Uskoqx
GSA and SBA Open Doors to Small Businesses. Literally. l SBA http://ow.ly/gWSpT
Research ecologist Blake Schaeffer is exploring use of space-based technology to monitor coastal waters l EPA http://1.usa.gov/WiJ5Vz
Federal Reserve, Central Banks, & Financial Departments
Consumer loans at all commercial banks increased $3.4 billion in December l St. Louis Fed http://bit.ly/UB42M9
How Filipinos use tech to monitor their country’s education sector. l World Bank http://bit.ly/Va6L35
Treasury Commences Plan to Sell General Motors Common Stock l Treasury http://ow.ly/gWSYr
Changing housing prices of late in the U.S. from various geographic perspectives l St. Louis Fed http://bit.ly/PK3r7C
Science of cities – Geoffrey West, physicist, discusses the rules that govern urbanization l World Economic Forum http://wef.ch/j1sse
How can strategic communication help reform the water sector? l World Bank http://bit.ly/Va5SHM
Thank you as always for joining us on Saturday for HBCU Money™ Dozen. The 12 most important government and central bank articles of the week.