Government agencies find that linking sensors to other geospatial data could improve emergency management, environmental monitoring and homeland security.
The National Telecommunications and Information Administration is looking for a contractor to build content management and social networking Web sites in its effort to become more open and transparent.
With time running out before the decennial head count gets fully under way, key IT systems the Census Bureau is relying on still have performance problems, the Government Accountability Office told Congress.
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announcement during the recent snowstorms that it was launching a new Climate Service got global warming skeptics going.
The prototype Climate.gov Web portal would serve as a tool for the proposed NOAA Climate Service, a new line office that would bring together expertise and data from other NOAA offices already observing and modeling the Earth’s atmospheric and oceanic systems.
The House today passed a bill designed to improve reseach, development, education, and standards related to cybersecurity.
Most IT budgets would change little from fiscal 2010 under the Obama administration's budget.
One of cloud computing's most attractive features -- the ability to pool resources -- could be the biggest impediment to implementing the technology for the federal government.
Census Bureau Director Robert Groves' trip to a remote Alaskan village to kick off the 2010 count was chronicled via social media.
NOAA and Google will develop the visualization of NOAA's data by using Google’s software.
The National Telecommunications and Information Administration and the Rural Utilities Service have made the grant application process easier.
Despite public missteps related to technology, Brian McGrath says the Census Bureau is poised to be an innovation trailblazer for government.