When implementing agile development, agencies should focus on results rather than how to get there, said Shawn Kingsberry, CIO of the Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board.
IT workers on the front lines of securing government systems are concerned about lack of funding and the inability of lawmakers to pass tougher cybersecurity legislation.
High-profile failures have eclipsed the sometimes exceptional work that federal IT workers do, said one of the leaders of the ACT-IAC Management of Change conference.
Computers based on the neural network of the human brain would be ideal for operating UAVs and solving big-data problems.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency work on Middle East Respiratory Syndrome is one of the first big tests for its nascent Biological Technologies Office.
Alastair Mitchell argues it is a good time to revisit the goals and guidelines of the Federal Cloud Computing Strategy.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's app integrates demography, migration and health data to analyze the potential spread of the disease.
Google recently pulled the advertising option from its Education Apps product line -- are there ramifications for federal users?
The data visualization firm has signed up 100 governments in 14 months and sees new potential at the federal level.
The FBI is seeking a supplier of malicious code, links and exploits.
Women in STEM, paper-based thinking, GWAC updates and a framework for cybersecurity hiring.
AOF brings together government and industry in an effort to chart a new course for acquisition overhaul efforts.