From using data intelligently to adjusting to a younger workforce to training with a purpose, experts analyze the near-future of government.
Big data, inside government and out, is leading to a reconsideration of what is meant by privacy.
As the government moves forward with a policy to promote the use of federal shared-service providers for financial management, industry leaders wonder what will happen to the marketplace.
The technology has become more common in the federal space and even in consumer settings, but it still has a long way to go.
A DOJ white paper asserts that federal law does not preclude companies from providing aggregate data -- if that data contains no specific, detailed information on customers.
While the Snowden and Manning leaks may have underlined the importance of the Joint Information Environment, it is unclear if they accelerated the timetable for completion.
Screening IT projects at the start could be a boon -- but it's got to be done right.
The General Services Administration's coming-out party for its 18F digital incubator showed off the program's multifaceted capabilities.
The Office of Management and Budget's annual report to Congress on the Federal Information Security Management Act details which agencies are getting hit and how.
The standardized software is intended to boost the sharing of cyber-threat information through automation.
Potential users and providers should try to match their needs as closely as possible, top IT managers say.
A Center for Strategic and International Studies report notes decreased R&D spending at the same time several other countries are gearing up their own drone programs.