At FOSE, VanRoekel touts examples and potential of open government efforts to date, while warning against letting commercial demands for federal data overwhelm the government's resources.
Census Bureau's approach to data garners singular praise at FOSE trade show.
Congressional committee leaders seeking insight into the ongoing effort to reduce the number of federal data centers were unhappy over OMB and GSA officials' absence at field hearing.
For high-end applications and virtualization projects that depend on reliable storage, flash technology offers a tantalizing solution. The technology's speed and performance come at a price, though. Read about the trade-offs and some places in government where flash storage is proving useful.
The people involved in the effort to close and consolidate data centers are not confident of meeting their goals, despite showing some progress, survey suggests.
Top-level agency leaders are often unaware of the risks their agencies face -- and content to remain that way, argues NARA's CISO.
NSA director hammers message that cyber-legislation, better standards are needed fast.
Under an executive order, civilian agencies must produce data in open, machine-readable form to promote public access and commercial use.
The data set reveals a wide variance in hospital billings for similar services.
The FedRAMP program that took effect in 2012 and a FISMA reform being considered by Congress are combining to raise agency concerns over compliance.
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