Researchers aim for "an operational disease monitoring and forecasting system with open data and open source code."
News in Brief
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
A rash of breaches that some fear could be tied to VPN connections is raising concerns about the security of federal telework programs.
A private-sector survey finds that project managers are in greater demand than big-data pros.
Army Cyber Command Sgt. Maj. Rodney Harris says the Army is learning as it goes along in the uncharted terrain of cybersecurity.
An information-sharing program is being overhauled, and agencies will have to find funding to deal with a massive influx of applications.
A Chertoff Group study assesses the state of readiness for U.S. critical infrastructure.
The Defense Security Service needs an enterprise system to coordinate clearance monitoring, detect possible insider threats and other tasks.
A new Gallup Poll finds respondents happier with the oft-disparaged Postal Service than any other major federal agency.
A new book by noted cybersecurity journalist Brian Krebs digs into the lucrative and seedy spam business.
Want to change your organization's culture? Steve Kelman suggests starting with the type of professions from which you hire.
"With IT, we will never be done categorizing," said Kevin Youel Page of the Federal Acquisition Service.