Supercomputing road map starts

An interagency task force has begun building a five-year road map for federal spending on high-end computers.

About 60 employees from 10 agencies, including the Office of Management and Budget, are participating in the High-End Computing Revitalization Task Force, said John Grosh, an advanced computing official at the Defense Department.

Agencies have demonstrated a growing gap between high-end computational resources and the demands that users are making on the machines, Grosh said.

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