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Will agencies get squeezed on cybersecurity technology? l Government Computer News http://ow.ly/iAVlO
Make up that lost hour of sleep tomorrow night by putting away your smartphone! Learn why l Women’s Health http://bit.ly/YaIl5X
The resilience of the sequester l Senate News http://bit.ly/VQXImR
Senate hearing to examine raising the minimum wage l Senate News http://bit.ly/Znn23W
Can we harness the vast geothermal potential of the Snake River Plain? Students seek answers l Energy http://go.usa.gov/2Z93
The prevalence of books in a home is a better predictor of test scores than family income l Foreign Affairs http://ow.ly/iB5gB
Federal Reserve, Central Banks, & Financial Departments
Credit Cred, an online course that explains what credit is, how you get it & how you maintain it l St. Louis Fed http://bit.ly/Zq3M3
The latest Fed research on a variety of topics involving women l San Francisco Fed http://ow.ly/iB5Xd
How do broker-dealers/futures commission merchants control risks of high speed trading? l Chicago Fed http://ow.ly/iAbI0
Financial Crises: Causes, Consequences & Policy Options l San Francisco Fed http://ow.ly/iB6wu
Weekly chart showing recent balance sheet trends l Federal Reserve http://go.usa.gov/2Wum
Female economist? Check out AEA’s Cmte on the Status of women in the Economics Profession l San Francisco Fed http://ht.ly/izVGg
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.