States with robust open data policies include Texas, Maryland, Utah, Hawaii and New York.
In addition to radio interference, skeptics also voice concerns about the cybersecurity of increasingly networked vehicles.
Never mind the deadline. Agencies have compelling security reasons to switch to IPv6, writes NCP Engineering's Julian Weinberger.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
An analysis of state-level freedom-of-information requests shows how cost-effective smart open-data efforts can be.
Forty-two percent of federal IT workers surveyed by MeriTalk said downtime left them unable to do their jobs.
For some firms, at least, the federal market is booming.
DARPA issued a $150,000 challenge to build a model that accurately charts the path of the chikungunya virus through the Americas.
Electronic checks of drivers' licenses and other documents now checked visually by TSA agents against passengers' boarding passes is intended to speed up security lines.
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After a year of testing, an effort to use volunteers to transcribe historical documents and data for online use is opening wide.
It's not just TSA devices that are vulnerable, says Billy Rios, director of threat intelligence at Qualys. And the procurement process is a crucial link in preventing back-door cyberattacks on federal facilities.