DMI's top mobile trends for 2015 include increased leveraging of mobile for the Internet of Things and a brisker move toward wearables and "phablets."
Draft baseline to be released for public comment on Jan. 27.
Today’s pockets of innovation give glimpses of the tomorrow’s buyers and marketplace.
A final indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity IT services solicitation is expected in the third quarter of 2015.
The Department of Homeland Security is also seeking faster development of mobile apps.
HHS IG says CMS failed to develop an “overarching acquisition strategy” for the HealthCare.gov.
A DISA project with Metalogix is aimed at dispensing with the kind of thumb drives that aided NSA contractor Edward Snowden's activities.
In what might be described as a State of U.S. Intelligence address, Undersecretary of Defense Michael Vickers said insecurity in cyberspace is on par with terrorism but IT can help with the challenge.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
A year removed from GSA, Casey Coleman reflects on the latest trends -- and on how her agency-CIO perspective informs her work today with AT&T Government Solutions.
Technology initiatives get a rare shout out in the president's annual message.
Eliminating the hassle of entering multiple passwords to navigate secure sites online will spark heavier public use, possibly affecting federal networks down the road.