Scientists are undertaking a long-shot effort to fix a space telescope that has confirmed the existence of 134 planets outside of our solar system.
As China takes the lead in the supercomputer race, the Energy Department asks for continued congressional support in its efforts to advance.
Pentagon plans expansion in the wake of DISA's latest mobile contract.
Some core building blocks of federal IT are primed for radical improvement.
Agency is shuttering some data centers, but lacks clear metrics or management plan, audit finds.
Agency cites changing requirements and "convenience of the government" as the reason for canceling the enterprise e-mail contract.
Why agile software development techniques are disrupting federal IT for the better
What do video surveillance, speech recognition and autonomous vehicles have in common? They're all getting better amazingly quickly -- and needing less and less human help to do so.
Best practices to help the government overcome obstacles to sharing and achieve information superiority.
Legislators seek answers as it becomes unclear whether OMB or the Energy Department itself is holding up the department's energy-saving contract.
The assistant commissioner of integrated technology services clarifies GSA's role and plans for supporting agencies' move to the cloud.
A bipartisan Commerce Committee draft looks for common ground on critical infrastructure protection, cybersecurity research and training.