By treating a cybersecurity breach like a crime investigation, federal IT leaders can ensure a speedy response and aid in prosecution.
Open-data advocates want to see developers build booking websites and apps to compete with the longtime vendor at Recreation.gov.
Officials from DHS and DOT face different challenges with departmental data but agree that when it comes to managing big data, "you're never done."
A memo from Administrator Anne Rung outlines a plan to spread the gospel of strategic sourcing and category management governmentwide.
GAO and Treasury representatives told lawmakers that implementation of the Data Act is about to enter a crucial phase.
From the Army to the FCC, agencies are learning how to use analytics as a means to measurable ends.
The public's demand for transparency means agencies must share data in ways that the average person can understand. Here's how.
The National Security Agency wants the private sector to use its NiFi tool to handle commercial big-data needs.
This Rising Star's novel approach to sharing EPA data resulted in an educational game in which participants play various stakeholders in an environmental crisis.
Agency leaders must proactively invest time, energy and resources to shape the future rather than reactively wait for change to happen.
Data gathered by the Sensor Fish could aid in redesigning dams' hydroturbine chambers, where abrupt changes in pressure can kill salmon.
As costs have come down and capacity has soared, the benefits extend to both budgets and performance.
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