The Defense Authorization bill makes it even more important for federal acquisition officials to learn how to craft sound cloud procurements.
The Interior Department will reopen bids to move its 88,000 email users to the cloud.
The Smithsonian Institution is expanding use of digitization, Web, mobile and social media as part of its strategic plan.
NOAA becomes the largest federal agency to move its email to the cloud.
The Veterans Affairs Department is asking for industry input on the feasibility of ditching its PBX in favor of cloud-based telephony.
The defense authorization bill would put potentially time-sensitive technology plans on hold for DOD -- maybe for better, more likely for worse.
The 2012 defense bill contains language that could block DOD-DISA partnerships in cloud and enterprise e-mail.
How many computer users ever yell at their machines? Maybe more than you would guess.
With the emergence of a Facebook Nation, Americans have come to expect more digital interaction with their government, says Obama's chief information officer.
Agencies should develop service-level agreements that address more than system uptime.
The key themes of the International Council for Technology in Government Administration’s 45th annual conference sound familiar to Americans.
The Obama administration has unveiled a plan to accelerate the cloud migration process for agencies and establish security guidelines for vendors.