The U.S. Census Bureau has no plans to seek changes to Title 13, officials say.
The Census Bureau has made a turnaround in its thinking about publicly releasing its nationwide database of home and business addresses, a senior official said.
Earthquakes and hurricanes didn't daunt the federal response, but trouble is on the horizon for funding.
The National Weather Service will refresh its mobile website that offers weather forecasts by ZIP code.
After a record number of weather disasters this year -- including a hurricane and flooding in Washington, D.C. -- the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is amplifying its efforts to improve forecasting and response.
Agencies rush to prepare for major hurricane, using all the technology at their disposal to do so.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology wants to ensure the privacy of personal information is among the standard security controls used to protect federal information and information systems.
The House Appropriations Committee took scissors to NASA's James Webb Space Telescope program and reduced state and local grant programs run by the Justice Department in its fiscal 2012 budget package.
The National Hurricane Center in Miami is on Facebook and Twitter for the first time during the 2011 storm season, but don't look for big changes.
The Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program requirements for authorizing the use of cloud services are expected soon, but security might be the simplest issue to solve in the federal adoption of cloud computing.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration plans to migrate 25,000 e-mail users to a cloud-based unified messaging service by the end of the year.
The National Hurricane Center began the 2011 storm season June 1 with a presence on Facebook and Twitter for the first time.