A debate rages over a Senate proposal to require certification or licensing for all cybersecurity professionals who work on government information systems.
Managers are finding new ways to protect their computing resources in an emergency without paying for idle capacity that doesn’t contribute to daily operations.
The FCC should work with other federal agencies to avoid a fragmented approach on national broadband policies, a new report states.
The House has approved bills designed to strengthen federal agencies' cooperation on international science and technology research and on domestic science education.
The government has released a list of 16 interoperability and security standards for the smart electric grid.
The Coast Guard can use maps of ocean surface currents to track probable paths of shipwreck victims and drifting lifeboats.
The detailed, three-dimensional images on Google Earth let visitors explore the canyons and sandbars in the Great Lakes.
The agency's list of projects includes funding for weather satellites and climate-data supercomputers.
A requirement for all agencies to apply a security fix to their Web sites by the end of the year might catch some agencies by surprise.
Consumer organizations want tougher open-access requirements for the $7 billion worth of broadband networks funded by the stimulus law.
Matthew Barrett leads the NIST team that operates SCAP, the National Vulnerability Database, the National Checklist Program and the SCAP Laboratory Accreditation program.
Hackathorn built NOAA's presence in virtual worlds by creating its Meteora Island in Second Life, which allows NOAA to globally broadcast its work.