The next bright idea The roles government and industry play in innovative research have changed dramatically. Will America continue to lead the world in innovation?
Legislative ideas Lawmakers are considering packages that seek to boost science and technology research
Wanted: Information assurance-savvy people DOD is poised to push a new training and certification program to all military services and civilian departments
BPM aims to be a better team player Success with business process management software lies in winning over weary users and linking to other office applications
TSA considers sole-sourcing TWIC contract
Bill language steers contract to a group that ID management companies view as unqualified
FAA manages air traffic with Linux
Agencies, unions brace for first phase of NSPS pilot program
Editorial: Research and development Most people agree that innovation is important, but they disagree about what role the federal government should play
Lisagor: Lead with enlightenment
Nels Olson’s new lab is in the library
Materials researcher gives up biotech career to work with books at Library of Congressp>
State tries viral marketing
Open platform preferred for digital archives
ERA advisory committee recommends open model if security constraints allow
Laptop is one tough traveler
CACI seeks scale and depth in acquisitions
Consolidation strategy opens new doors for integrator
XO spinoff beams broadband
Cybersecurity research plan identifies threats
Federal plan lacks a funding strategy for critical infrastructure protection R&D
Brailer resigns from health IT role
OMB touts the value in best-value
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A decade after the 9/11 Commission identified agencies' reluctance to share information as a dangerous shortcoming, the government is moving in the right direction.
The latest offering is intended to help agencies speed the process of deploying authorized cloud solutions.
Cartoonist John Klossner on the telltale indicators that not everything is running through the CIO.
SBA's innovation office invests in solutions to problems that don't yet exist – like the 2007 seed funding for research into an effective Ebola treatment.
The government-wide IT contract's final awards were put off a month as NASA waded through 233 proposals.
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