Users are having a hard time finding government information on the Web. Remedying the situation requires a mix of technical and information design skills.
Oregon voters can use iPads -- but not other kinds of tablet PCs -- to mark their ballots.
Participation in the White House's We the People online petition initiative is so robust that the government seems to be finding it challenging to keep up the pace.
Improving the findability of information is a key motivator for the Obama administration's effort to reduce the number of government websites.
The USAJobs 3.0 launch might have gone more smoothly with better social media communications to ease users' concerns.
For the second time, DOD misses deadline for filing report on data center consolidation
The Justice Department claims changes will streamline FOIA, but critics say they make government secrecy easier to maintain
The heart of the dispute: Should expansions of online services be planned out well in advance, or left flexible?
Hint: The # symbol matters
Obama’s chief information officer highlights how "Shared First" and "Future First" initiatives will help cut waste and make the most of IT investments.
A steady interest in Web technologies to simplify and spur public participation in e-rulemaking is beginning to show results.
A joint project of the Transportation Department and Cornell University focuses on maximizing informed discussion of proposed federal rules.