The General Services Administration is not doing enough to secure its public-facing wiki and social media sites against unauthorized access and security breaches, according to a new report.
The Sunlight Foundation watchdog group has set up new tools to make it easier to search and download the public comments submitted to federal agencies via Regulations.gov.
Veteran government IT leaders offer tips for keeping projects on track in the face of staff and budget cuts.
High-profile federal transparency initiatives such as Data.gov are on the chopping block in Congress, under pressure to prove they provide real value.
The National Science Foundation has introduced a new Web-based continuous radio programming stream called Science360 Radio.
Devices, data and apps are proliferating, but the defining factor for the next wave will be how useful they are.
The AIDS.gov federal website team has learned some valuable lessons in adopting QR c odes as part of its outreach program.
The ambitious and sometimes controversial former federal CIO had no shortage of big ideas for reforming government IT. But can they succeed without him?
The Government Accountability Office did an audit of the $34 million Electronic Government Fund and found limited progress and incomplete metrics on several projects.
Employees are using their own mobile devices, and agency IT departments are suffering the strain.
Both the tech sector and government are responding to the need for disaster preparedness and response with a number of apps and other digital tools.
The Obama administration has a national plan for transparency as part of the new Open Government Partnership with 43 other countries.