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Office 2011 (These are in document format per users’ request; you may save on your system in Office template format if you desire. These templates have the “short” markings; further options can be found in the Rule – link below. Click on the icon for the marking you wish to use. Select the “Save As” option to download the template to your desktop.)
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 For more information, see Rule (DocId) 77806
U.S. Government Markings
(NASA) Sensitive But Unclassified (SBU):
Use cover sheet at http://server-mpo.arc.nasa.gov/Services/NEFS/NEF_PDFData/NF1686.pdf printed on Yellow paper
(NOTES: you must login with your NASA agency ID to use the above link; right click to download the linked file NF1686.
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For additional information contact Sara Tompson or Dan Phipps

Training Materials

  • Best practices:
    • Mark your document right from the start!  So that even the draft reads “JPL/Caltech Business Discreet,” or whichever marking is appropriate.
    • If you must share your slidedecks, we strongly urge you to share in PDF format and without your notes!
    • Link to a restricted information documents via email, etc.; do not attach the document!  Easiest way to keep restricted access documents restricted.
  • Marking & Handling Overview presentation slides
  • Overview one-pager
  • Marking and Handling and Subcontractors presentation slides
  • The required training to access Sensitive but Unclassified (SBU) materials is available on JPL’s Learning Management System. To access the training:

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Updated List of EBooks on Machine Learning

October 21st, 2016

Following is a list of electronic books on machine learning.  Click on the titles to read online or download it for later reading.

Library staff can provide customized lists by topics.  All books can be searched and downloaded from within the JPL network. They can then be transferred to mobile devices for later reading.  For more questions, contact the Library Reference Desk at Library@jpl.nasa.gov, or call ext 4-4200.

Ebooks on Earth Sciences

October 20th, 2016

JPL Library has just added a collection of electronic books in earth and environmental sciences. Following links lead to some of the subjects within this collection

All ebooks can be accessed and downloaded from within the JPL network. Our licenses with the publishers prevent further re-distribution, so if you would like to recommend your colleagues to read any of the ebooks, please ask them to download a copy themselves. For questions and comments, please contact the JPL Library Reference Desk at library@jpl.nasa.gov, ext 4-4200, or leave a comment here.

Open Access to 2016 Nobel Prizes Articles

October 20th, 2016

In honor of the Nobel Prizes, several publishers have made journal articles from the winners freely accessible from their web sites. Here is a short list:

Innovation and Venture Capitals

September 22nd, 2016

Related to the LEAP Seminar on “Why Tech Venture Capitalists Are Flocking to Space” at the Hub on September 22, here are a few electronic books related to this topic:

All ebooks can be accessed and downloaded from within the JPL network. Our licenses with the publishers prevent further re-distribution, so if you would like to recommend your colleagues to read any of the ebooks, please ask them to download a copy themselves. For questions and comments, please contact the JPL Library Reference Desk at library@jpl.nasa.gov, ext 4-4200, or leave a comment here.

November 29, 12:00-1:30, MagicDraw and Cameo Systems Modeler Demonstration

November 7th, 2016

The Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) Community is sponsoring a lab wide presentation of Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) capabilities around NoMagic’s MagicDraw and Cameo Systems Modeler, the leading UML and SysML modeling tool which is part of CAE’s engineering tool suite.

http://nomagic.com/products/cameo-systems-modeler.html

http://nomagic.com/products/magicdraw-addons/cameo-simulation-toolkit.html

Agenda:

  • Overview of CAE MagicDraw – CAE 5’
  • Highlights of Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) execution for requirements verification – CAE – 5’
  • NoMagic’s MBSE Christmas presentation – Nerijus Jankevicius from NoMagic – 50’
  • QnA – 30’

For more information, please contact Robert Karban or Christopher Delp.

November 17, 12:00-1:00, PP2B, Becoming a Forever Parent: A Foster-to-Adopt Panel

November 7th, 2016

The JPL Parents and Parents-to-be Group invites you to an upcoming seminar:

Becoming a Forever Parent:  A Foster-to-Adopt Panel

In Southern California, about 1,000 foster children are waiting for an adoptive family every day.

In recognition of November as the national adoption awareness month, please join us for a noon-time panel on becoming a foster-to-adopt parent. After a brief overview of steps for becoming a certified foster-to-adopt parent, your fellow JPL colleagues will share their very personal stories of becoming forever parents to very special babies, toddlers, grade schoolers, and teens.

For more info contact: Oleg Sindiy (Oleg.V.Sindiy@jpl.nasa.gov)

November 10, 11:30-12:30, Open Developer Meetup

November 7th, 2016

Rapid-fire demonstrations of open technology will be discussed Thursday, Nov. 10 from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Hub (111-104).

Hundreds of people at JPL are writing code to solve their problems through software. If you’re going to tackle a new software project, chances are good that someone at JPL has already considered, started or even finished work that will benefit you. The meetup provides employees a chance to interact with developers from around the Lab whose open work is accessible for you to use today.

Since the introduction of new collaborative development tools at JPL, a growing community has participated in sharing code across more than 4,400 now-accessible projects. From Mars time conversion libraries to flexible web-based JPL plotting and secure cloud-computing snippets, many common solutions are ready for use today.

Speakers and subjects:

Lewis McGibbney (398M): Apache Open Climate Workbench – A Python toolkit that performs climate model evaluation using model outputs from a variety of different sources.

Tommy Hang (172K): A generic test automation framework for acceptance testing and acceptance test-driven development.

Rishi Verma (398M): A lightweight and flexible command-line JSON processor.

David Mittman (3970): Required status checks – Ensure that all your TravisCL Enterprise and Circle CL Enterprise tests are passing before merging.

The event is part of the Learn, Experience, and Participate (LEAP) Innovation Series sponsored by the Mission Systems and Operations Division (39) and the Office of the CIO.

September 23, 9:00-4:00, Desk Copy Exchange

September 9th, 2016

The next Desk Copy Exchange is scheduled for September 23, from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm at the Hub.

The JPL Library receives returned “desk copies” and occasional book donations from employees.  After adding the appropriate ones to the library’s collection, there are duplicate copies and slightly out-of-scope books remaining.  The “Desk Copy Exchange” is for all JPLers; come take a look and provide a new home to the books so that they are useful again!

There are books on sciences, engineering, business management, and computer applications.   The Exchange will be held on Friday, September 23, between 9:00 am and 4:00 pm, or until all these books find new homes, whichever first.