NOAA's current weather and climate forecasting supercomputer system went online last July, but the agency is already seeking ideas to augment or replace it.
DARPA is seeking robots that can do repair work on satellites in high orbits.
Being able to manage the churn that arises from millennials moving in and out of the workforce will be crucial to building an innovative federal IT culture.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
An RFI indicates a desire for the kiosks to be supported in the cloud and use HTML5 responsive design for mobile presentation.
The new open software and data platform developed by scientists at DOE labs relieves research biologists from acting as programmers.
A July intrusion place malicious code on a poorly protected test server, but HHS officials say no data was compromised.
Lt. Gen. Michael Basla says IT budget reporting is a "deficiency" that he hopes to begin to address before his retirement in November.
In the midst of a procurement for a new contractor, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services opted to give the incumbent six more months managing the federal health care exchange.
The new system is intended to cover roughly 9.6 million people and will have a major impact on the market for interoperable electronic health records systems.
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