Researchers aim for "an operational disease monitoring and forecasting system with open data and open source code."
Companies are helping veterans transition to careers in big data, enterprise architecture and other fast-growing IT fields -- and getting well-trained employees in the process.
As the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration pushes more of its massive trove of data out to the public, securing that information becomes a greater concern.
An industry-sponsored report suggests that feds could leverage information governance to great effect.
As continuous evaluation efforts ramp up, the intelligence community is testing ways to fold online postings into the mix.
Agency wants a "single electronic platform" to visualize epidemiology data.
Online visa waiver system expanding to help address security concerns.
Assistant Secretary of Defense for Acquisition Katrina McFarland says the Pentagon wants to own the interoperable parts of a system, not a firm’s commercial secrets.
Sandia Labs test is designed to replicate a crane accidentally dropping the weapon's re-entry body onto a concrete surface.
Elections are increasingly driven by systems that combine the power of social media and big data to connect with citizens. Those same principles can help agency IT as well.
A new mobile website aims to help U.S. importers, foreign exporters and federal employees more easily access customs data.
FOIA officers could save money and time by releasing certain types of frequently requested material in a machine readable format, like the disclosure of payment information under the Data Act.
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