Legislators have a new way of targeting spending that could bring benefits and burdens for agencies.
Richard Hale says everyone playing by one set of rules inhibits innovation, including migration to a cloud and development of a mobile environment.
With open enrollment and tax season approaching, senior officials say IT systems will be ready to support insurance shoppers and tax filers.
GSA CIO Sonny Hashmi’s "Jedi Council" is assisting the development of new technology at the agency, then explaining how to use it.
The Navy’s Next Generation Enterprise Network is slated for full operation throughout the service on Oct. 1.
IT undergrounds can create problems, but managers should leverage such networks to find and address gaps in their systems.
Firm confirms that key contract will expire Sept. 30.
A new study from the Partnership for Public Service urges government to engage with tech giants and revisit old laws in an effort to improve customer service.
A think tank wants to separate technical architecture from issues of high policy to smooth cross-border Internet conflicts.
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Four months after being sworn in as undersecretary in charge of DHS’s Science and Technology Directorate, Reginald Brothers told lawmakers his team is getting better at coordinating R&D.
RSA is one of the finalists for DHS' continuous diagnostics and mitigation dashboard, but sources say the selection process is still underway.
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.
The new site is aimed at the general public rather than contractors or others in industry.
DARPA is seeking robots that can do repair work on satellites in high orbits.