New presidential memorandum requires agencies to document their use of valuable frequencies, sets high bar for those who want to keep it exclusive.
Mary Davie compares GSA's recently-announced wireless programs to a baseball game with food and easy fun.
The branch of the Treasury Department charged with protecting the president and the nation's financial systems is seeking industry input to develop its own resource for apps.
A week after the launch of a governmentwide wireless services plan, GSA is unveiling another plan to help manage the services.
The number of apps agencies have released has grown by nearly five times in two years. Here's a look at some of the most popular ones.
New mobile web sites and programming interfaces show the spread of mobile government.
At the Digital Government Strategy's one-year anniversary, agencies get the promised guidelines for security and architecture.
The General Services Administration's new blanket purchase agreement with the four major U.S. wireless carriers will not only allow the agency to consolidate service plans and centralize device management, it could save the government hundreds of millions of dollars.
While rating their agencies as adequate, few federal IT executives would claim top marks on executing the government's Digital Government strategy. What are the barriers?
Despite sequestration pressures, the Pentagon is still working to extend mobile beyond the Blackberry.
Pro-telework conference details savings, flexibility as more agencies virtualize the workplace.
A 30-day approval process is critical to getting new tools into the field, Pentagon official says. But is that realistic?