Enterprise Architecture


What the mobile revolution means for enterprise IT

Here's how smart enterprise IT shops are preparing for the new age of mobile computing.

FBI paves way to future IT projects with new contract

46 contractors will compete for task orders under the FBI’s eight-year, $30 billion Information Technology Supplies and Support Services contract, known as IT Triple S.

Larry Albert

What agile software development can do for government

It’s not a cure-all, but agile development it can help solve many of the development challenges agencies face, writes Larry Albert, president of the Healthcare Practice at Agilex Technologies.

HHS works on framework for health IT standards

David Blumenthal, national coordinator for health IT, told a House subcommittee that HHS is working on a framework for standards and interoperability of health IT.

Which states are the most digital of all?

The 2010 Digital States Survey, which ranks states' IT prowess in eight categories, showed little change at the top from the previous survey in 2008 -- with one exception.

Lawmakers pressure DHS on financial modernization program

Two House Democrats have written the White House to criticize a Homeland Security Department financial system upgrade expected to cost as much as $1 billion.

Security and data ownership: Old issues in a new wineskin

Security and data center ownership were big issues 15 years ago when the federal government attempted to move agencies to consolidate data centers and share information technology services. Guess what? They still are today.

Los Alamos Lab launches private cloud

The Energy Department’s Los Alamos National Laboratory has launched a private cloud that lets researchers automatically request virtual servers on-demand.

Telework breathes new life into old idea

Enterprise architecture can provide real value for emerging initiatives such as cloud computing, cyber security and telework.

Researchers knock part of the Internet offline

A university software experiment accidentally shut down a small part of the Internet last week.

How to succeed with IPv6

The Navy's Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific is one of the few organizations in the U.S. government that operates its networks on Internet protocol version 6. The center's chief IT engineer shares lessons learned from years of operational experience.

State looks to consolidate citizen services

The State Department's Bureau of Consular Affairs is looking to replace the existing suite of passport and U.S. citizen services systems and develop a new set of information management tools.

Who's Fed 100-worthy?

Nominations are now open for the 2015 Federal 100 awards. Get the details and submit your picks!