The Defense Department wants information from industry on how to provide e-mail security for its Global Information Grid network.
Thirty seven open-government groups have urged the Obama administration to make the White House's Office of Administration subject to Freedom of Information Act requests.
A network-centric data strategy that streamlines data discovery and sharing is crucial to Defense Department transformation efforts, Pentagon officials said.
The Homeland Security Department didn't consider risks from hurricanes when it set up its new backup data center in Mississippi, according to a new report.
Homeland Security Secretary Napolitano told a House committee today about DHS' plans to invest hundreds of millions of dollars in IT systems.
The department plans to start a pilot program for a new enterprise records management system in fiscal 2010.
Health care reform won't be complete without adopting health IT, the national coordinator for health IT says.
The Navy wants comments about technical solutions for the network that will replace the Navy/Marine Corps Intranet.
The construction of 17 permanent towers for the SBInet system at the border of Arizona and Mexico started May 4.
The chairman of the House Appropriations Committee said the group will approve spending more than $2 billion to deal with swine flu.
The administration's request for $1.5 billion to deal with swine flu could fund disease monitoring and tracking.
Federal Chief Information Officer Vivek Kundra wants the government to make its data more available and services more accessible.