Senior federal information technology officials today discussed making government data available and working with industry during an event hosted by the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association’s Bethesda Chapter.
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NASA's new CTO proposes a brave new universe for the space agency -- one in which officials will have to conquer their fears of open-source projects.
GSA Administrator Martha Johnson has goals for environmental improvements that she compares to the Apollo space program for ambitiousness.
Enterprise searches should be dynamic and interactive, speakers said at the 2010 Knowledge Management Conference. NASA Langley Research Center is one example of agencies embracing the virtues of findability.
Senators act to get agencies to secure their computer systems against cyberattacks and hackers.
The Transportation Department, looking into alleged acceleration problems with Toyota vehicles, is getting help from NASA engineers with expertise in electronics and software.
NASA's Spacebook shows agencies how to bring employees together to share ideas and expertise.
NASA launches an online simulator that lets anybody pilot the space shuttle and view how space communications works.
NASA recently announced that it would be reworking its plans for acquiring an enterprise data center to better meet the agency's needs.