The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency work on Middle East Respiratory Syndrome is one of the first big tests for its nascent Biological Technologies Office.
Computers based on the neural network of the human brain would be ideal for operating UAVs and solving big-data problems.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's app integrates demography, migration and health data to analyze the potential spread of the disease.
NASA has metrics to gauge competency, but Chief Knowledge Officer Ed Hoffman says hard skills aren't everything.
The FBI is seeking a supplier of malicious code, links and exploits.
New guidelines offer best practices for information systems security.
Highlights from the second day of the FOSE conference.
OMB advocates are finding ways to make IT procurement more agile as they seek broader systemic reforms.
Highlights from the first day at the FOSE conference.
The plan is to tell vendors who fail to win a contract why they lost, within the constraints of the Federal Acquisition Regulation, rather than just telling them that they did.
Anne Rung, GSA's associate administrator of governmentwide policy, is leaving at the end of the month to become a senior adviser at OMB.
As the government moves forward with a policy to promote the use of federal shared-service providers for financial management, industry leaders wonder what will happen to the marketplace.