Researchers aim for "an operational disease monitoring and forecasting system with open data and open source code."
A rash of breaches that some fear could be tied to VPN connections is raising concerns about the security of federal telework programs.
An information-sharing program is being overhauled, and agencies will have to find funding to deal with a massive influx of applications.
Adm. Michael Rogers, leader of NSA and U.S. Cyber Command, testified on Capitol Hill on Nov. 20 about pending cybersecurity legislation.
"With IT, we will never be done categorizing," said Kevin Youel Page of the Federal Acquisition Service.
GSA's administrator talks with FCW about short-term hiring, long-term planning and Robert Frost.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
New draft guidelines would apply to sensitive but unclassified data on contractors' IT systems and other nonfederal networks.
Former CTO Todd Park told a House subcommittee that he didn't manage HealthCare.gov before its ill-fated launch.
Randall Conway, director of C4 and information infrastructure in the DOD CIO office, says the Pentagon has no choice but to embrace commercial off-the-shelf mobile devices.
VA's top IT official tells Congress that the legacy of a decentralized management structure still lingers, as the agency tries to promulgate security standards.
Employees at Foggy Bottom can now send and receive external emails, something they could not do Nov. 17, but still cannot access the Internet.