The slow pace of innovation and acquisition at NASA is unsustainable and hinders the agency's mission, according to a Government Accountability Office report issued earlier this week.
The bunny-suited techs work 8:00 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. PDT, Monday through Friday, so you're sure to catch them at work as they add robotic arms, a geology lab, a rock-vaporizing laser and lots of cameras.
NASA is inviting the public to add information and other comments on its historic photo collection on Flickr Commons.
NASA has added 3G iPhones to its Outsourcing Desktop Initiative list that makes the devices available to employees.
Apple's iPad tablet computer is attracting some interested glances from government
Congress is considering legislation that would provide funding for NASA to better predict solar storms, which can interfere with electronic communications on Earth.
NASA debuted its "Spacebook" internal social media system to allow more collaboration a year ago; now it is yielding lessons about how to use Web 2.0 technologies.
Two NASA developers, working on their own time and with no budget, built a site that lets the public submit, rank and comment on ideas on how agencies can best fulfill the goals of the Open Government Directive.
NASA's two Mars Rover vehicles were designed to last only 90 days but, six years later, they're still operating.
The Obama administration released a new policy for space exploration that calls for maintaining and enhancing space-based positioning, navigation, and timing systems, as well as protecting access to the radio-frequency spectrum.
NASA's Jerry Davis has won many admirers for saying his agency would focus on reducing security risks through automation, rather than compliance paperwork.
Jerry Davis, NASA's deputy CIO for IT security, discusses his agency's break from the paper-based process used to measure IT security.