From security and mobile to data management and open source, these firms are driving innovation in agency IT -- and growing their businesses in the process.
The Pacific Northwest National Laboratory is pushing out its mobile phone microscope tech to the public.
What agencies must do to build the next generation of tech talent.
The latest E-Government Satisfaction Index finds solid performances across government, and a few agencies that are particular standouts.
Official "bring your own app" policies are still few and far between, but agencies are adapting to their employees' demands.
Amid the bad press and congressional inquiries, telework proponents stress that management, not location, is what matters.
The goal is relieving busy data collectors in the field from labor-intensive tasks, saving time and reducing errors, says Col. Jack Wayman.
After a year of testing, an effort to use volunteers to transcribe historical documents and data for online use is opening wide.
Addressing nontechnical challenges could help overcome slow-moving government policies and a compliance-focused culture, writes FireEye's Travis Rosiek.
Steve Kelman argues that government must do more to embrace the realities of social media's massive influence.
BlackBerry is still the incumbent in a sensitive market, but Samsung has invested in security to try to turn the tables.
While just two percent of Americans have access to text-to-911 services -- and not all commissioners support the idea -- new FCC rules promise wider deployment.