Some communications experts say that Web-based games could help more people get a better grasp on the workings of government.
ORGPedia aims to ease the exchange of data between existing systems used to track political contributions.
TechAmerica and Grant Thornton culled information from 46 CIOs at 35 federal departments, agencies, programs and congressional oversight groups.
A senior White House official testified on systems in place for automatically capturing all e-mail messages at the office, but a lawmaker suggested some staffers may be bypassing that system by using personal mobile devices.
Media reports show how networking technology, which bin Laden conspicuously avoided, shaped coverage of the event.
The Treasury Department and Social Security Administration have begun requiring new applicants for retirement benefits to sign up for electronic payments or debit cards only.
Individuals who can manage the many facets of their personal lives while getting their work done are more likely to be productive employees, writes Ted Schadler, a vice president and principal analyst at Forrester Research.
New mobile application keeps tabs on economic stimulus law projects reinvestment projects.
President Barack Obama tells agencies to develop customer service plans with at least one major technology initiative for each agency.
Agencies have been told to stop subscribing to the print edition of the government's journal, the Federal Register.
Sen. Tom Carper is worried that Congress' budget reduction to open-government programs such as Data.gov and the Federal IT Dashboard may hurt efforts to curb improper payments and wasteful spending.
The proposed budget cuts that would shutter Data.gov sparked a debate about what would be lost.