The Homeland Security Department's five-month-old Office of Biometric Identity Management will use a $33 million contract with Accenture to improve its ability to trade information with allied nations.
A GAO analysis reveals that the Defense Department has its eyes on space.
A new option allows passengers to access expedited security with no advance sign-up, using technology to determine which travelers are eligible based on information they provided when buying their tickets.
With a bid protest delaying department-wide strategic sourcing contract, two components move to strike their own deals.
Syrian conflict could pose real-world test for nascent politics and programs.
Determining the federal market for Apple's iPhone turns out to be pretty hard to do.
The capabilities will grow still further when the CIA chooses between AWS and IBM.
Emerging technologies allow the Army to quickly map assets around the world.
The image of an office full of call-center employees wearing headsets to communicate with customers is a common association for customer relationship management, but it is woefully outdated. Social media and big data are among the forces transforming CRM, and agencies are catching on.
The Office of Science and Technology Policy played host to a brainstorming session designed to generate ideas for using technology in disaster relief and recovery.
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