Big data helps mail your letters, it makes your burgers better, and it allows intelligence agencies to piece together disparate pieces of data into insights that might help them foil the next terrorist attack.
Big data holds tremendous promise to help agencies glean otherwise impossible insights from massive repositories of data, but federal policies play a significant role in slowing its adoption and blunting its edge.
Senate hearing touches on effects of budget cuts and challenges of moving new legislation, as old disputes resurface.
Annual event encouraging telework try-outs demonstrates enthusiasm, savings.
GSA has launched a crowdsourcing tool intended to refine the government's efforts to create 'citizen-centric mobile.'
Although it seems to be everywhere, big data is not something that every agency needs to worry about. What makes the difference?
Like service dogs, which assist the visually impaired in the physical world, technology exists to make websites more useful to people with disabilities. A new federal initiative seeks to accelerate and expand its use.
Starting March 4, the highways around Washington, D.C., may be less congested as federal employees take part in a week of telework intended to promote the practice.
Conference speakers agree that using open-source geospatial software is hard for government agencies, but the results are worth the effort.
With an implementation plan in place, Pentagon officials begin to discuss the path ahead.
The agency tasked with setting science and technology standards wants to develop a cybersecurity framework.
Phased strategy covers mobile devices, wireless infrastructure and mobile applications for 600,000 users.