The White House Energy Datapalooza highlighted what the Obama administration says are money-saving -- and planet-saving -- uses of big data.
A Democratic senator says "clear legal authority and processes to facilitate a seamless response" are still needed to effectively combat cyber threats, and the White House acknowledges "we still have more work to do."
The Army's top cyber soldier makes a plea for leaner, faster development and more flexible budgets.
With 105,000 data sets provided by 227 federal entities, Data.gov has grown to include 4.5 million unique visitors.
OMB directed a new Workstations Commodity Team to develop a way to quickly compare contracting vehicles that offer similar devices and services.
Hewlett-Packard wants to get in on the burgeoning market for military and intel IT with a new cloud offering.
The successor to storage virtualization remains largely untested by agencies, but industry experts say the benefits will change that soon enough.
The Internet of Things really could change everything -- and agencies need to start preparing now.
Recording suspect interviews presents the department with the challenge of how it will create and store the information.
The sometimes-confusing guidance on acquisition and supply line protection rules is leaving some potential industry partners flummoxed.
China's targeting of U.S. military know-how is a fact of life for the defense industrial base, which hopes a longstanding information-sharing framework will be enough to ward off threats.
While agencies scramble to recruit cyber talent, former FBI Director Robert Mueller notes that law enforcement skills are also needed.