Agencies asked regulators to avoid more burdensome rules and reporting requirements.
An Army officer is the first to post Twitter feeds from the International Space Station, NASA notes.
Federal agencies are not being consistent in how they distribute contractor award fees, according to a senior GAO official.
NASA and other sites offer different perspectives on the historic and contemporary importance of the Apollo program.
NASA uses a check in/check out de-provisioning checklist that invokes six inter-departmental actions that cut off outgoing workers from networks, applications, e-mail accounts and other agency resources.
The next generation of federal employees will be looking for a government presence in social media, and the government will suffer if it is not there.
In a recent interview with Federal Computer Week's acquisition editor, Matthew Weigelt, Ed O'Hare, assistant commissioner of the Office of Integrated Technology Services at GSA's Federal Acquisition Service, clarifies and expands upon his comments made during a panel discussion at the Washington Technology Top 100 Conference.
When agencies are not able to use public services such as Facebook and Twitter, a growing collection of open-source tools is making it easier for them to create their own social-networking systems.
NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center has developed a homegrown social-networking application that provides all NASA employees with the types of features found in Facebook but in a secure environment.
The application is available to all NASA employees via the agency's intranet.
A new NASA Web site is designed to let the public participate in reviewing the future of manned space flight.
Agencies are using various automated systems to reduce administrative costs and comply with new rules for responding to Freedom of Information Act requests.