Although specifics regarding innovation policy under a Trump administration remain unclear, Trump's campaign promises to create manufacturing jobs for American workers, make better trade deals and increase military spending will likely play out in the technology sector.
Open data advocates may get a long sought after change to data standards in filings to the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Despite improvements in management, the effort to modernize the State Department's disparate consular IT systems is lagging, and the office that manages these legacy systems is understaffed, according to a recent inspector general report.
The U.S. is facing greater technological competition from its adversaries, and a new report states the DOD needs to adopt an "optionality strategy" in order to regain its edge.
In a new proposed rule, the Transportation Department wants to require automakers to include vehicle-to-vehicle communications capabilities and envisions vehicle-to-infrastructure capabilities.
NASA expands its social media portfolio to include Giphy, Pinterest.
Balky network apps can create problems for agencies' IT modernization efforts, a new survey of federal employees suggests.
NGA is collaborating with GSA to purchase unclassified imagery and data from commercial providers through its new CIBORG program.
The director of the Office of Management and Budget sets a January deadline for details on civilian agencies' most critical IT systems.
The Senate approved the Open, Public, Electronic and Necessary Government Data Act by unanimous consent Dec. 10, and supporters of the bill are optimistic about its chances in the 115th Congress.
Technology buyers at the Department of Veterans Affairs wasted more than $7 million in software licenses and hardware in an uncoordinated tech refresh, according to the agency's internal watchdog.
More members of Congress are joining the call for investigations of Russia's election hacking while the president-elect condemns the CIA and its findings.