Top officials were alerted to the potential for serious problems six months before the troubled site’s Oct. 1 launch.
Security concerns and legacy systems have kept the Pentagon from fully embracing the latest technology trend.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency looks for new challenges in a post-Iraq, post-Afghanistan world.
The Defense Department's mobile technology pilot programs provide a fast track for the use of smartphones and tablet PCs at the Pentagon and in the field.
New framework aids in FedRAMP compliance for all 22 department components.
Seed funding program seeks "revolutionary concepts with the potential to transform aerospace endeavors."
An analysis of five public-sector contracts yields best practices for avoiding cloud pitfalls in a new report from the IBM Center for the Business of Government.
Internal memo reportedly says "widespread problem" involves Energy, HHS and the Army.
The website's continuing troubles show why agencies must rethink system testing.
Commenting on the recent government shutdown, the Commerce secretary noted: "Data does not get a lot of attention until it is not available."
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration needs to begin work immediately to help mitigate a pending gap in polar-orbiting weather satellite coverage.
Best practices, clear lines of authority would have saved HealthCare.gov, say former officials -- and most reforms could be made under current law.