The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office is handing over nearly 10 terabytes of its data to Google so that it can be made available for free online.
After more than two decades of development, the P25 suite of interoperability standards for public safety radio networks remains incomplete, House panel is told.
Developments reflect the conclusion that agencies must move beyond current Federal Information Security Management Act requirements.
Efforts advance to make cloud computing services accessible to federal agencies with new RFQ, the launch of a web site, and new support for FedRAMP program.
The Commerce Department's interest in Internet privacy regulations adds a new player to an old debate over rules for how companies handle people's personal data.
Officials from the United States and Russia meet this week on a range of information technology-related topics.
Organizations can compete on six teams for the best innovations in smart grid, IT infrastructure and green technology.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's satellite organization has a test imagery program that's getting some real use in fighting the oil spill in the Gulf.
Experts assess the future of certification in cloud computing and the types of security agencies must address.
As oil from BP's Deepwater Horizon spill spreads toward the Gulf Coast, agencies spread the word on environmental and health concerns, along with updates on the government's response.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology will work with agencies on a new program to improve cybersecurity education.
The eruption of a volcano on Iceland has given NOAA scientists a chance to test an advanced computer model for predicting volcanic ash dispersion.