The idea that the operations of government should be driven by the same motive as private enterprise is fallacious on the face of it, but that’s not to say that government agencies should not run more efficiently.
Despite reports of service-oriented architecture's demise, government remains steadfast in its support of the component software framework, especially for the Defense Department's network-centric projects.
Poor management controls are slowing the implementation of the Navy's Enterprise Resource Planning project and driving up costs, according to GAO.
Google's government cloud offering will offer Google Apps in a dedicated environment within undisclosed Google facilities in the United States.
DHS needs better management for its project to consolidate its agencies' network infrastructures, the department's inspector general found.
The Office of Inspector General recently listed what it considers the most significant challenges facing the agency.
The National Archives is under mounting pressure to help the federal government manage its rapidly growing store of electronic records.
The Federal Enterprise Architecture is moving toward a more shared architecture that looks across boundaries, according to Kshemendra Paul, chief architect with the Office of Management and Budget.
The Defense Department isn't meeting all of its statutory requirements for improving processes related to the development, acquisition, and engineering of software and systems, investigators find.
Agencies will need formal plans on providing machine-readable data to the public.
Three ways to get an updated version of Microsoft’s browser, Internet Explorer 8.
Unisys's Stealth technology is intended to allow separate secure virtual communities to coexist on a single network.