Cyber defense gets more prominent role -- with clearer authorities and greater oversight -- under National Defense Authorization Act for 2013.
The General Services Administration met its self-imposed year-end deadline to begin approving cloud providers.
Purchase agreement with InfoZen covers web sites, applications and a content management system replacement.
The National Defense Authorization Act, with $641 billion in spending, has passed both houses of Congress.
An intern-produced video parodying a popular Korean rap song has been viewed nearly 2.7 million times on YouTube.
Donald Adcock, who joined the Energy Department in April 2012, will become its new deputy CIO.
While many agencies are trying to crack the big data code, the Defense Finance and Accounting Service has used it to save billions over just four years.
The Army's Distributed Common Ground System came under scrutiny after leaked memos deemed it 'not suitable' and 'not survivable.'
The White House created the IT Dashboard in 2009, but updates have now stopped as Congress and the administration fight over the federal budget.
The State Department's six-year-old wiki-based knowledge-sharing tool is growing steadily, providing information to 60,000 department employees while costing next to nothing to run.
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