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Shane Snider

A slumping economy and slowing PC and printer sales have not deterred plans for the company’s 235,000-square-foot hybrid work facility in Oregon to open in 2026. But the size of the project has been reduced by 25 percent, a report says.

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HP Inc. filed updated plans with Vancouver, Oregon officials last week detailing a 235,000-square-foot office and lab space spanning two buildings to complement HP’s current offices.

Initial plans for the building submitted three years ago described a 25 percent larger space, according to The Oregonian. Now the plans call for a space engineered to “enable hybrid work” as the Palo Alto, Calif.-based tech company ramps up its marketing efforts around its own hybrid work offerings. The company reportedly will use 68 acres of property for the development, saying it will incorporate sustainable design and technology into its new offices, which set aside 160,000 square feet for office space and another 75,000 square feet dedicated to research.

“The site will be (a research and development) Center of Excellence and a hub for innovation, including office and collaboration space designed to enable hybrid work, state-of-the-art research and development facilities, and a range of amenities,” an HP spokesperson said in a statement.

After a pandemic-fueled tech boom sent HP’s revenue to historic highs in 2021, a consumer-side slowdown has affected PC and printer sales for the whole industry. HP had posted better-than-expected results in the first quarters of 2022, but the industry slowdown showed up in the company’s third quarter balance sheet with a 4.1 percent drop in revenue over the previous year.

Mike Turicchi, vice president of Gainesville, Va.-based NCS Technologies said news of the R&D expansion is welcome considering the current economic climate. “I’m interested to see how much they gain out of a facility like this,” he said. “It’s important for them to study and research how hybrid solutions will impact the work of the future. Hybrid is still an emerging work mode and it warrants investment to make sure the products and solutions provided are as effective as they can be. I’m excited to see them investing here – it shows leadership and forward-thinking on hybrid workflow.”

Most of the operations in Oregon are centered around HP’s print business. The company in July and September furloughed dozens of employees as print operations faltered. In a statement to CRN at the time, an HP spokesperson said, “Our consistent and rigorous financial discipline is what allows us to maximize investments in our strategic priorities and position the business for long-term sustainable growth. As part of this, we regularly evaluate and optimize contractor spending to support business objectives.”

The R&D site proposal is being called “Phase 1,” and The Oregonian said the company had originally called for eventually expanding its Vancouver footprint to 1.5 million square feet. The company has operated in the area for 35 years at multiple sites. As of 2020, HP employed 1,000 people at two buildings in East Vancouver totaling 275,000 square feet.

HP spent a significant amount of time during its Amplify Executive Forum event in August promoting its expanded hybrid work offerings to the gathered channel partners. For print partners, the company touted new subscription services and models geared towards small and medium-sized businesses with a focus on hybrid workers.

HP is betting big on the continued popularity of hybrid work – shelling out $3.3 billion to acquire peripheral and videoconferencing giant Poly. “I am totally convinced, and we are totally convinced at HP, that hybrid work is here to stay,” HP CEO Enrique Lores said during his Amplify event presentation in Palo Alto.

HP said in its statement about the new Oregon facility, “The majority of HP employees have hybrid roles, splitting their time between home and office locations. Hybrid work is a significant part of our business strategy and HP is becoming a hybrid solutions leader.”

Shane Snider

Shane Snider is a senior associate editor covering personal computing, mobile devices, semiconductor news, hardware reviews, breaking news and live events. Shane is a veteran journalist, having worked for newspapers in upstate New York and North Carolina. He can be reached at ssnider@thechannelcompany.com.

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Killexams : HP says new Vancouver research site will open in 2026

HP Inc. plans to open its new Vancouver research facility in 2026, engineered to enable hybrid work at a time when most employees are splitting time between home and the office.

The Silicon Valley company filed updated plans for the project with the city last week, describing 235,000 square feet of office and lab space in two buildings about a mile north of HP’s current offices in east Vancouver. The new proposal is about 25% smaller than the project HP described when it first pitched the development three years ago.

“The site will be an R&D Center of Excellence and a hub for innovation, including office and collaboration space designed to enable hybrid work, state-of-the-art research and development facilities, and a range of amenities,” HP said in a written statement Monday. The company said it will also incorporate sustainable design and technology into its new offices, building on 68 acres of a 98-acre property HP owns.

The new plans call for 160,000 square feet of office space and another 75,000 square feet for research work, according to a proposal HP submitted to the city last week. The Columbian first reported on HP’s latest filing.

In 2019, HP floated the possibility of eventually expanding to 1.5 million square feet in Vancouver. The company didn’t say Monday whether it is still considering that larger footprint but this month’s planning documents describe the proposal as “Phase 1.”

HP has operated in Vancouver for 35 years at various sites, with operations primarily focused on its printer group.

HP currently occupies two buildings in east Vancouver with combined space of about 275,000 square feet. It employed 1,000 people there, 300 of them contractors, as of 2020. The company didn’t provide updated employment figures this week or a long-range hiring forecast, but with more people working remotely a smaller campus doesn’t necessarily mean fewer workers.

HP’s revenue jumped 11% in 2021 as people working from home helped revive demand for HP’s printers and laptops. But like other electronics companies, HP has faced declining sales this year and has been furloughing workers at its printer equipment factory in Corvallis because of falling demand.

And like many companies, HP has made hybrid work standard for most workers. The company said it has designed its new Vancouver site with that in mind.

“The majority of HP employees have hybrid roles, splitting their time between home and office locations,” HP said in Monday’s statement. “Hybrid work is a significant part of our business strategy and HP is becoming a hybrid solutions leader.”

While the national and global economy remain in flux amid historically high inflation, electronics companies in the Portland area are continuing to pursue long-term growth projects.

Analog Devices is expanding its factories in Washington County and in Camas, Microchip Technology is adding production capacity in Gresham, and SEH America plans a major expansion to its silicon wafer factory in Vancouver.

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Killexams : The Fascinating ESG Difference Between Michael Dell and Elon Musk

Elon Musk has gone on record saying that environmental, social, and governance (ESG) efforts are “a scam” that has “been weaponized by phony social justice warriors.”

Were we back in the early 2000s, he’d have been right. Back then, Dell’s ESG plan of record was to plant a tree for every complying sale. The entities doing ecology-based social justice programs were infamous for supporting those that paid them and punishing those that didn’t, with little impact on true sustainability.

But that was then, and now companies like Dell, HP, and Lenovo report billions of dollars in additional sales due to genuine ESG efforts. These efforts are having a significant impact on the amount of waste put back into the environment.

What I find ironic is that of the two CEOs, Musk, whose Tesla and Hyperloop efforts benefit from the world’s focus on sustainability, appears to be anti-sustainability, while Michael Dell, where ESG isn’t a natural sales driver for his company, is all in on preserving the planet.

Let’s contrast these two CEOs’ focus on sustainability this week, and we’ll close with my new favorite part of Office 365, Microsoft Designer, the DALL-E 2-focused, AI-driven solution that is my product of the week.

The Lack of Irony in Tech’s ESG Focus

Last week, Dell held its post-Dell Technologies World event to address any lingering questions from the press and analyst communities.

Dell was recently ranked most loved workspace, not Apple, not Amazon, not Facebook — all of which didn’t even make the ranking, and one of which is facing a massive increase in union activity. Amazon and Facebook are newer than Dell, and Apple is more popular with users, and yet those three are anything but employee-friendly, particularly post-pandemic.

It is also fascinating that not one of Elon Musk’s various companies made that list either, but then Musk has a reputation for treating employees poorly. During the pandemic, he resisted safety directives from California and has since moved his headquarters to Texas, which tends to fall below California in employee care and sustainability efforts. Musk clearly has his priorities, and he tends to place employee care and sustainability below where most large tech companies do.

Now, this isn’t ironic because tech companies tend to be all about metrics, and they measure almost everything. Dell has been particularly aggressive in implementing metrics over the years and showcased that by understanding what was important to stakeholders (employees, customers, partners, investors) and driving policies that would benefit them.

Why Musk’s Lack of ESG Focus Is Ironic

Hyperloop and especially Tesla have a close relationship with sustainability because governments’ focus on eliminating fossil fuel use and improving sustainability have created enormous opportunities for electric car sales and the justification for large-scale people movers like Hyperloop.

Traditional wisdom would suggest that, even if it weren’t real, Musk would be a huge supporter of ESG efforts because they support the approval of Hyperloop-like projects and the sales of electric cars. Further, particularly with those interested in electric cars, buyers tend to be big believers in the “S” of sustainability and tend to have a high probability of investing in solar energy, like with Tesla’s Solar City subsidiary.

In 2024 when the first truly next-generation electric cars come to market, Tesla will face unprecedented competition. Buyers will not only have a far broader choice of electric vehicles but will also be choosing the companies they support. Given their interest in sustainability, they are more likely to choose a greener company.

Starting with BMW, a firm that has popped up as the most technology-forward in the car industry, several companies already are greener than Tesla. To be clear, Tesla should lead on ESG, and instead, it lags badly in this practice, suggesting Tesla buyers that care about sustainability should choose a greener brand.

This year, Musk’s Twitter move has hurt Tesla stock, and Musk’s methods for dealing with employees who view his antics as negative don’t exactly set the bar for employee care and feeding, not to mention good governance.

In contrast, companies like Dell not only promote negative feedback but also aggregate it and use it to make better future decisions. Firing people who point out your mistakes usually ends badly because it destroys employee trust and support, even if the criticism is wrong, which wasn’t in the SpaceX case.

Wrapping Up

What I find amazing is that both Michael Dell and Elon Musk are on record for believing climate change is real and one of, if not the most important, things to fight to protect the human race. It is just that Dell has stepped up aggressively to address the challenge by reducing consumption, assuring green energy sources, and creating intensive sustainability projects like Concept Luna.

In contrast, Musk seems to think this shouldn’t be a priority for companies even though he would benefit more than Dell because of related subsidies and incentives tied to his firms and his products.

I think this comes down to how both men approach their jobs. Michael Dell takes his position seriously, is very focused, and makes decisions on the data surrounding everything Dell Technologies does. Musk, in contrast, seems to make decisions based on the moment and his gut, which hasn’t been working out that well for him or his companies of late and, as I see it, forms the basis of his position on ESG.

Nothing Dell Technologies makes competes with Musk’s companies, and either could be the customer of the other. But as a provider, Tesla couldn’t comply with Dell’s ESG-focused supply network, while Dell’s ability to massively cut operational costs should continue to appear to Musk’s companies.

In short, Dell’s focus on and support of ESG are making the company more successful, while Musk’s contrasting position only reinforces the idea that he has become a liability to his firms. If you are watching “House of the Dragon,” you are seeing the death of a dynasty due to a lie that no one believes. Tesla has the same problem with sustainability. Once true competition emerges, I doubt it will end any better for that firm than it will for the young princess with the wandering eye in “House of the Dragon.”

Tech Product of the Week

Microsoft Designer With DALL-E 2

One of the biggest problems for many of us who write is finding the appropriate open-source picture or figuring out how to pay for an image that isn’t in the public domain.

Many of us build our own web pages or try to compose images to go with papers or PowerPoint presentations. Often, the result sucks. When I was working for large companies, executives with access to graphic designers often were thought to be more capable than others who did not, regardless of the quality of their work.

OpenAI’s DALL-E, now in its second generation, creates images from text that belongs to you. You describe what you want, and DALL-E creates it. At Microsoft Ignite last week, Satya Nadella announced that DALL-E 2 would be embedded in a new addition to Office 365 called Microsoft Designer.

This tool uses a combination of text-to-image AI technology and nested menus to help you quickly build the image, presentation page, or professional-looking ad in a fraction of the time it would take to spin up a graphics designer.

A solution like this has been a dream of mine since I was a child. I can imagine and describe a picture I’d like to create, but even though my mother and first stepmother were artists, I can’t draw to save my life.

Sadly, Microsoft Designer isn’t yet available though I signed up to be an early user here. I expect Designer will set the tone for AI updates on other Microsoft products.

Imagine having your PC write a paper based on your outline or Excel build a spreadsheet template or form based on your description of what you want. I expect the new “killer feature” in Office will be the ability for the platform to do most of the heavy lifting after you figure out what you want.

Granted, many folks struggle with how to communicate what they want. So, much like learning Boolean Logic for searching on the web, building your ability to create accurate descriptions of what you want will be a critical future skill for success.

In the end, Microsoft Designer with DALL-E 2 was my favorite announcement during Microsoft Ignite last week, and it is my product of the week.

The opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of ECT News Network.

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Killexams : HP Elite Dragonfly G3 Review No result found, try new keyword!The HP Elite Dragonfly G3 is a superior thin and light laptop with terrific performance, battery life, and connectivity. Is it perfect? Just about. Fri, 14 Oct 2022 07:31:00 -0500 en-US text/html https://www.thurrott.com/hardware/274728/hp-elite-dragonfly-g3-review Killexams : HP Inc. plans 235,000-SF development in East Vancouver, reports say No result found, try new keyword!HP Inc. has filed plans for a major expansion in Vancouver, according to media reports. The California-based tech company (NYSE: HPQ) plans to add about 235,000 square feet of office and lab space ... Tue, 11 Oct 2022 07:14:00 -0500 text/html https://www.bizjournals.com/portland/news/2022/10/11/hp-plans-vancouver.html Killexams : ePac Flexible Packaging to Accelerate Market Disruption with 50 New HP Indigo Digital Presses

HP Inc. and ePac Flexible Packaging, the all-HP Indigo leader in digital flexible packaging, has announced the purchase of 50 new HP Indigo digital presses to be deployed in existing and new sites around the world, as part of the company’s continued global expansion plan in the largest deal ever for HP Indigo.

Industry-leading ePac Flexible Packaging is a digitally based, flexible packaging company driven by its mission to help brands and businesses of all sizes remain competitive with a variety of flexible packaging solutions. ePac leverages the latest in digital print technology, providing its customers with a quick and easy way to purchase custom printed flexible packaging.

ePac has been a principal adopter of HP Indigo digital presses since the company’s inception in 2016 and has since upheld a strong and deeply rooted collaboration with HP. Over the past six years, the company’s fleet of HP Indigo digital presses has grown enormously, overseeing large-scale investments of HP Indigo 20000 and HP Indigo 25K digital presses.

From left: Virage Patel (ePac) and Haim Levit (HP)

The new wave of 50x HP Indigo digital presses, the largest single order in HP Indigo’s history, will accelerate ePac’s record-breaking production capacity as it continues to disrupt the global flexible packaging market.

Focusing on global expansion, this new fleet will be distributed within 36 new and existing sites across 5 continents. These presses, which incorporate HP Indigo’s latest technologies, will also support ePac’s strategy to expand its share and business in existing markets

“As we recently announced, ePac aims to accelerate its growth and expand its global footprint.  Our 50-press acquisition will enhance ePac’s record breaking flexible packaging production on HP Indigo Digital Presses, further rooting our longstanding collaboration with HP. This transition will leverage ePac’s vast market experience together with HP’s unique digital printing technology,” said Virag Patel, COO, ePac.

From left: Oran Sokol (HP), Virage Patel (ePac), and Noam Zilbershtain (HP).

“ePac Flexible Packaging is leading the global digital flexible packaging movement as it continues to replicate its HP Indigo-based business model in new locations around the world. ePac’s vision to utilize digital print to provide a voice to small and medium brands and revitalize local communities exemplifies our joint values and demonstrates the power of digital to have a meaningful global impact,” said Haim Levit, GM of HP’s Industrial Print Business.

ePac Flexible Packaging’s latest investment into HP Indigo is an example of how HP is continuing to disseminate the advantages of digital printing and serving even more brands and communities around the world.

Source: HP Inc.

The preceding press release was provided by a company unaffiliated with Printing Impressions. The views expressed within do not directly reflect the thoughts or opinions of the staff of Printing Impressions.

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Killexams : HP and ePac sign record deal for 50 digital presses

HP Inc. and ePac Flexible Packaging, have announced the purchase of 50 new HP Indigo digital presses to be deployed in existing and new sites around the world, as part of ePac's continued global expansion plan. It's the largest deal ever for HP Indigo. Earlier this year ePac's Melbourne Australia operation was officially opened.

DSCN3224 sqePac Flexible Packaging is a digitally based, flexible packaging company driven by its mission to help brands and businesses of all sizes remain competitive with a variety of flexible packaging solutions. ePac leverages the latest in digital print technology, providing its customers with a quick and easy way to purchase custom printed flexible packaging.

ePac has been a principal adopter of HP Indigo digital presses since the company’s inception in 2016 and has since upheld a strong and deeply rooted collaboration with HP. Over the past six years, the company’s fleet of HP Indigo digital presses has grown enormously, overseeing large-scale investments of HP Indigo 20000 and HP Indigo 25K digital presses.

Expanding global footprint and business growth

The new wave of 50x HP Indigo digital presses, the largest single order in HP Indigo’s history, will accelerate ePac’s record-breaking production capacity as it continues to disrupt the global flexible packaging market.

Focusing on global expansion, this new fleet will be distributed within 36 new and existing sites across 5 continents. These presses, which incorporate HP Indigo’s latest technologies, will also support ePac’s strategy to expand its share and business in existing markets

“As we recently announced, ePac aims to accelerate its growth and expand its global footprint.  Our 50-press acquisition will enhance ePac’s record breaking flexible packaging production on HP Indigo Digital Presses, further rooting our longstanding collaboration with HP. This transition will leverage ePac’s vast market experience together with HP’s unique digital printing technology,” said Virag Patel, COO, ePac.

“ePac Flexible Packaging is leading the global digital flexible packaging movement as it continues to replicate its HP Indigo-based business model in new locations around the world. ePac’s vision to utilize digital print to provide a voice to small and medium brands and revitalize local communities exemplifies our joint values and demonstrates the power of digital to have a meaningful global impact,” said Haim Levit, GM of HP’s Industrial Print Business.

ePac Flexible Packaging’s latest investment in HP Indigo technology is an example of how HP is continuing to promote the advantages of digital printing and serving more brands and communities around the world.

Australia's packaging giant Amcor recently increased its investment in ePac.

HP Indigo digital presses are sold and serviced in Australia and New Zealand by Currie Group

www.curriegroup.com.au

www.epacflexibles.com.au

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Killexams : Scots Click in All Phases to Beat Nimitz

If it seemed like the Highland Park defense was always on the field, it was primarily because the HP offense was scoring so quickly.

That’s a good problem to have, and the Scots found plenty of solutions while crushing Irving Nimitz 51-6 on Friday at Highlander Stadium to keep their perfect record intact.

In the first half, for example, Nimitz ran 45 offensive plays compared to 13 for HP. Yet the Scots (7-0, 5-0) averaged 17.5 yards per snap and led 28-0 at halftime. It was that kind of night.

“We’re scoring in 2-3 plays and our defense was back on the field,” said HP head coach Randy Allen. “They were running the clock and making first downs. The past few games, that’s been everybody’s game plan against us.”

HP’s Beau Lilly reached the end zone three times, including twice on kick returns. He caught a 41-yard touchdown pass from Brennan Storer in the first half before adding two scores in quick succession in a bizarre sequence to open the third quarter.

The Scots tallied 16 points in a 32-second span, starting when Lilly returned the second-half kickoff for a touchdown. HP recorded a safety on the ensuing kickoff, then Lilly scored again on the free-kick return that followed.

Jay Cox rumbled for the first two HP touchdowns on a 2-yard run and a 43-yard punt return. Wilson Axley and Frank Mousa each added rushing scores as the Scots decimated an overmatched Nimitz defense.

“We made some great plays,” Allen said. “I’m really proud of our team. We keep improving each week.”

The Vikings (1-7, 1-5) dominated time of possession but struggled with turnovers and penalties. Their opening drive consumed 15 plays and more than nine minutes before HP’s Carl Williams intercepted a pass near the goal line. The Scots subsequently marched 99 yards in just eight plays over about two minutes.

That pattern repeated itself later, when HP’s Spencer Brown recovered a fumble near midfield early in the second quarter, and the Scots scored on the Storer-to-Lilly connection on the next snap.

The teams traded interceptions in the second half, with Nimitz’s Sakeivon Gordwin being matched by HP’s Brady Dauterive.

Pedro Maldonado threw for 171 yards and ran for 85 yards plus a touchdown to lead Nimitz. Omari Griffin added 93 all-purpose yards.

Storer completed a season-low five passes on just eight attempts but still racked up 143 yards. Cox’s 69 rushing yards on six carries equals an 11.5-yard average.

The Scots have already clinched a playoff spot and can inch closer to securing a district title next week at Irving MacArthur.

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Killexams : DISA’s sweeping new plan takes aim at data silos, mistagged info

The first data strategy implementation plan issued by the Pentagon’s lead IT office seeks nothing less than to break down the myriad and storied walls that keep information from flowing freely and securely between DOD programs, military branches, and battlefield units.

“Some of the unattractive data management practices that we are seeing right now is that we're working in silos instead of working collaboratively. Especially within the Department of Defense, we've always kind of been institutionalized that your data in your program is yours,” said Caroline Kuharske, the acting chief data officer of the Defense Information Systems Agency.

That’s not going to fly in an era where battlefield victory will turn on the ability to share data—and crunch it with a new generation of artificial-intelligence tools.

“When it comes to our data management, we have to be able to posture that data as close to the source as possible to be able to share” securely across organizations, Kuharske told Defense One in an interview.

“One of the things that my office is really honing in on are data pipelines and data flow architecture, so that we can ensure that that data set from that authoritative source is not being spread into multiple different data repositories. So that we can really contain that data set to ensure the integrity of it throughout its lifecycle,” she said.

The strategy, dated in July and publicly released in late August, lays out four lines of effort: data architecture and governance, advanced analytics, data culture, and knowledge management. These echo the data decrees issued last year by the deputy defense secretary and the strategy that preceded it.

The agency’s first data strategy implementation plan arrives less than a year after it created a dedicated data office. Kuharske, the office’s first chief, said the biggest challenge is to convince everyone that the flow of information needs to be considered much earlier in the acquisition process, and indeed, as part of any proposed change.  

“Sometimes change is hard,” she said. “Data—in the use of data and the management of data—is typically an afterthought when it comes to solution-building, requirements-gathering services to our warfighter. So we need to make sure that we're giving them the best data possible.” 

To do that, DISA wants to add data-centered training and certification offerings and create an analytics lab where people can practice what they’ve learned. 

“We're really wanting to retain and recruit a workforce that focuses on data early in someone's career. And also those that want to perhaps change and look at different areas,” she said. 

Kuharske walked through the importance of the strategy and what’s next for the agency: 

This document seems to be both a new strategy and a detailed plan for implementation.

Right, it's not just the strategy. The strategy is obviously built in there, but we wanted a plan behind it so that we can make it an operational type of document so the DISA workforce can see themselves in this strategy, in their part that they're playing in the data culture of the agency...

The plan mentions creating a  “data catalog” solution by early fiscal 2023. Can you explain what that means?

The catalog will really serve as a critical reference toward understanding how DISA assets are created, consumed, exchanged, and exploited. Now, we are reaching [initial operating capability] on that at the end of September. So very exciting to get the DISA workforce using that solution and pulling the metadata into that data catalog and then enforcing that governance and policies so that we can mature the data that we currently have. It's going to elevate that digital landfill that we have and clean it up quite a bit. 

There’s also plans to create an “advanced analytic lab” later that year? 

A lot of individuals, you know, they have all this data and are not quite sure what to do with it. So they just store it. We're really wanting the workforce to have a place where they're able to do some analytics and predictive modeling on the data so that we are ahead of the game. So we're working closely with a lot of the DISA threat-hunter groups to evaluate that data and how it's being received from the infrastructure.

How are you working to change the culture? 

We created the DISA Data Council, and that's really going to help that culture to work collectively and together to drive that innovation. If you see somebody doing something in one area that looks like it'll work in yours, you'll have more of a buy-in of doing that when you see that proof of value. 

What is “knowledge management” and why does it matter? 

We found that knowledge management was really just seen as “we're going to put documents together.” Well, what we really want to do with knowledge management is help drown out some of the noise so people can focus on key data so that the end user—our warfighter, our mission partner—really gets that valuable data and not everything else. That they're out there able to create information articles, store it, so that when we do have people that [have a permanent change of station, or] PCS or maybe move from one organization to another organization, that knowledge isn't lost. 

Do you have any particular bad practices that you want this strategy to eradicate?

You can have great data, data hygiene, great data practices as far as collecting data in one repository, tagging it with best practiced characteristics. But if you are not making it visible, making it accessible, making it understood, it's all for nothing.

Just because you have that one piece of data, that does no good when eight other people need it. We do have quite a bit of data that mission partners need. Look at [Joint All Domain Command and Control]; look at Advana. Look at, you know, ADA, [DOD’s AI and Data Acceleration initiative]. DISA is a huge stakeholder in providing data to those platforms. But if we don't have it, if we don't have it organized, if we don't follow the DOD [Chief Digital and AI Office] strategy of VAULTIS, the data is not going to be any good.

And also just redundant data storage. Having the same thing in 18 different places is going to lead to some confusion and it's also going to lead to resources being used in areas that it doesn't need to be.

What new data-governance policies are needed?

One in particular is, like, the DISA data sharing instruction. It will help to mandate the need to democratize data across the agency and to our mission partners, while also having a focus on [application programming interface, or] API enablement. So it really goes back to [understanding that] you have your data and you're owning it and you're curating it and you're ensuring the security of it. But if it needs to be shared, it needs to be shared. And that's okay. 

This interview was edited for clarity and length. 

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Killexams : HP files early plans for 24-acre office, research site in east Vancouver

HP Inc. has submitted plans to the city of Vancouver to build approximately 235,000 square feet at its east Vancouver development.

The proposal is for an office and research and development facility occupying two buildings in the section of its property west of Northeast 184th Avenue and north of Southeast First Street.

The 24-acre project area would include one building with approximately 135,000 square feet of office space, as well as a second building with about 75,000 square feet of research and development space and an additional approximately 25,000 square feet of office space. The proposal includes 783 parking spaces.

The two buildings would be arranged around open gardens and plazas, “providing a secure environment for circulation, visitor access and employee rest and respite,” according to the pre-planning narrative.

The planning documents did not include information on the buildings’ heights but only stated that they will “vary in height, providing for active and pedestrian scale street fronts through façade articulation and the inviting appearance of the new buildings.”

HP’s east Vancouver development was agreed upon by the city of Vancouver in December 2019, which allowed for up to 98 acres of land in the Section 30 area of the city for company uses.

The first phase of the development was described as in the agreement as encompassing the first 330,000 square feet of office, research and development, and light industrial uses, and potential for occupant-supported small-scale retail, accessory space and related parking and site improvements.

“The contemplated site plan will bring high quality development to east Vancouver marrying planning and design to create an attractive office, research and development, as a central economic development use within Section 30,” read the company’s pre-planning narrative.

A representative from HP Inc. did not immediately return requests for comment.

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