Agency News: NASA


NASA reveals IT reform progress

A year after releasing a strategic IT management plan, NASA's CIO touts progress.

NASA pulls back from open-source community with praise

OpenStack, an initiative launched by NASA and vendor RackSpace, has grown up nicely, official says.

Adrian Gardner

Sky's the limit for new IT options at NASA's Goddard center

Adrian Gardner, CIO at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, says balancing IT agility with sound and secure practices is a challenge

Choosing a mobile development strategy for your agency

Here are some of the pros and cons of native vs. Web-based apps.

Agencies not playing around with gamification

A familiar concept in the private sector, gamification makes a splash in the federal space.

NASA knowledge management database used rarely

NASA's Inspector General is raising questions about the future viability of one of NASA's knowledge management systems

NASA helps launch Angry Birds Space game

NASA is going into outer space again -- on smartphones and tablet computers -- in collaboration with a game developer.

EPA website next to go Drupal; NASA may follow

The Environmental Protection Agency is the latest to begin convert its website to the Drupal open source content management system.

NASA CIO Linda Cureton combines book launch and philanthropy

Linda Cureton is trying her hand at hosting her own book launch and charitable fundraiser.

NASA boldly goes to the open-source frontier

NASA launches a new website to foster collaboration on open-source projects.

NASA takes giant leap onto Google Plus

Keeping with its reputation for innovation and adventure, NASA appears to be the first federal agency to create a Google+ Page.