Physician utilization data from CMS gives developers the raw material to build tools that allow for the comparison of doctors on a number of criteria.
The General Services Administration is working hard to adapt to changing communications needs. Just don't call it a contract.
The Corps has recently deployed personnel to crises springing up around the world, but is still working on how best to equip those officers with the information they own at garrison.
By boosting collaborative research and eliminating duplication, open data can lend a hand to the cause of better nutrition and more efficient farming, says a new study.
The second edition of the DOD Enterprise Service Management Framework sets requirements for IT services contracting based on industry best practices.
A mobile biometrics app used by Immigrations and Customs Enforcement took home the top prize at the ACT-IAC Mobile Application Fair.
The National Weather Service wants to do something about it, and has enlisted social scientists and data experts to devise social media and visualization strategies.
Marine Col. Gregory Breazile, director of the Corps' C2/Cyber and Electronic Warfare Integration Division, says HQ "is not functionally aligned to support cyberspace operations."
GSA's 18F has a new tool aimed at saving money on a huge part of any contract's expense: people.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
The government has let "a thousand flowers bloom" with regard to marking sensitive information, but that is about to change.
By answering personal questions, hackers were able to access information for 100,000 taxpayers, revealing how vulnerable the IRS authentication system really is.