Two new reports highlight online customer satisfaction and sharing with government websites.
The Internal Revenue Service has begun an ambitious $320 million upgrade to its website, but it is missing some elements in the roadmap for its investment, according to a new GAO report.
Federal CIO Steven VanRoekel reveals more details about the upcoming website BusinessUSA.gov that aims to act as a resource for small business owners.
For the second time in two years, the U.S. Access Board has released a draft update to regulations that cover accessibility for computer hardware and software, websites, cell phones and other IT-related tools.
Effort to consolidate federal domains and websites to a much smaller number risks making resources harder to find.
The Smithsonian Institution is expanding use of digitization, Web, mobile and social media as part of its strategic plan.
Facebook Timeline is becoming mandatory for the social network's users soon, and with it comes an array of new headaches for federal executives.
Users can join the National Archives in contributing historic photo images to a crowdsourced map on Historypin.com.
Video teleconferencing technology could help the Interior Department save millions yearly, but technical problems have plagued the efforts for a departmentwide implementation.
The Obama administration's Data.gov open data initiative is accelerating in popularity and has been emulated around the world, according to a progress report from the General Services Administration.
The Federal Communications Commission is deploying an example of an open API website that follows a vision promulgated by Federal CIO Steven VanRoekel.
The Veterans Affairs Department made a announcement that all their medical centers are now ready to actively engage with veterans on Facebook. We took a closer look.