Google's addition doesn't alter PwC's offering, but its web-based private cloud and collaboration tools could improve security and speed and lower costs, the company says.
Big changes are needed before electronic health records play a major part in stopping epidemics, experts say.
Adapting consumer-oriented tech could lead to faster, more effective tools for the federal government, says CBP CTO Wolf Tombe.
At the Jan. 13 AFCEA Bethesda breakfast, a trio of agency IT execs offered advice on weigh the risks of aggressive mobile deployments.
The Obama administration is hoping enhanced privacy provisions can make a long-stalled proposal more palatable to the Senate.
A VistA expert offers three keys for turning health data into improved care and lower costs.
A new joint force cyber unit will relieve Cyber Command of some of its organizational duties and help identify vulnerabilities on military networks.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
The Large Synoptic Survey Telescope 'will help researchers study the formation of galaxies, track potentially hazardous asteroids, observe exploding stars and better understand dark matter and dark energy.'
The White House has begun rolling out a series of cyber-related legislative proposals targeting both consumer and national security issues.
Obama administration officials have vigorously defended what they say was a thorough and careful investigation into the Sony hack that laid the blame on North Korea.
Officials estimate that improved self-reporting could save $548 million, and that technology to improve the management and productivity of field workers could result in $2.3 billion in savings.