SEISS is the third of six major instruments that will fly with GOES-R when it is launched in early 2016.
Alexander's planned retirement offers a chance to reorganize, but the changes required are anything but simple.
A coalition of anti-surveillance activists wants to use local utilities as leverage to halt data collection.
Los Alamos develops screening technology to identify dangerous liquids.
A new report from the Center for Data Innovation shows what sensor technology can do for government.
Some of the problems with the health care privacy law echo complaints about the intelligence community in the wake of the Sept. 11 attacks.
A Republican critic claims gaps in the department's defenses "would be obvious to a 13-year-old with a laptop."
A Defense research agency program provides digital imagery to troops on the ground and aims to build a library of apps that are simple to access and use.
The site can now accommodate 50,000 simultaneous users, and a "virtual waiting room" has been established for times when demand exceeds capacity.
NASA officials said their failure to comply with the PortfolioStat directive does not translate to a lack of oversight.
Any solution in this "very complicated field" will have to reach beyond the Defense Department.
Open source solutions are at a key inflection point. That means huge opportunities for agencies, but also some important concerns.