Sometimes we forget that successful implementation of social-media tools relies on the same business principles as any other information technology project, writes Emma Antunes.
NASA plans to soon open competition for the first of five information technology services contracts that have been estimated to be worth more than $4 billion total.
Government agencies interested in building out privately-run internal clouds have a growing number of open-source tools to work with.
Technology companies that expect to beneift from cloud computing must creatively adapt licensing, pricing and revenue models.
A growing number of agencies are using agile development techniques to produce better software faster, but some question whether the approach can succeed in an environment that favors certainty.
NASA awards contracts to 126 small businesses worth $91 million for research projects in areas including technology to monitor the health of space crews and transmitters for deep space communications.
Astronaut Mike Massimino tweets about experiences at NASA, or aboard the space shuttle.
NASA soon will release a new schedule for opening competition on five information technology services contracts estimated to be worth a total of more than $4 billion.
Cureton brings social media savvy to new post as NASA CIO.
NASA selects Linda Cureton to be new CIO after nearly year-long search.
NASA plans to soon offer a series of contracts estimated to be worth more than $4 billion for information technology.
As most agencies get over the hump of issuing HSPD-12 computer identification cards to all employees and contractors, they must now tackle the next challenge of developing card-based security systems that will control access to government facilities and computer systems.