Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius today announced a program that makes raw health data from HHS available to the public to use in innovative applications.
The White House and two agencies will start collecting data on federal spending's effects on science.
The Food and Drug Administration is seeking public comment on 21 draft ideas to improve transparency and disclosure at the agency.
Senior federal information technology officials today discussed making government data available and working with industry during an event hosted by the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association’s Bethesda Chapter.
The Health and Human Services Department will give $1 billion in economic stimulus law funding to academic and public health laboratories.
Organizations can compete on six teams for the best innovations in smart grid, IT infrastructure and green technology.
In March, the National Institutes of Health became the first government agency to accept two types of industry-standard online identity credentials that people can get for free.
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius released her top strategic initiatives for the department, which include health IT elements.
The Health and Human Services Department has released an interim final rule on a new Web portal for information to allow consumers to compare insurance coverage.
Vish Sankaran, program director for the Federal Health Architecture system, announced his resignation today.
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration will make grants to help states set up and improve prescription monitoring programs for controlled substances.
An advisory panel wants a new national database to ensure the safe use of electronic health record systems.