Administration pledges progress in IT despite budget cuts.
Obama's 2013 budget proposal aims to cut federal IT but increase its use when it makes government more efficient.
Research shows that groundbreaking ideas are more likely to come from people working on the fringe, writes FCW columnist Steve Kelman.
The General Services Administration is seeking a database search engine that can help government buyers compare pricing on commercial products.
Departing White House CTO Aneesh Chopra described what he perceives as a split in the open government community in a new interview published in The Atlantic.
Government managers are apprehensive about the security in cloud environments, and many are skeptical of its promises of major cost savings.
Industry and citizens are encouraged to forward their ideas and suggestions on the federal CIO’s framework to shared IT services.
Analysis shows cloud computing adoption is growing globally, with the U.S. spending the most on cloud-based solutions and services.
Industry group stands ready to help with fresh ideas.
Having picked all the low-hanging fruit in the form of Facebook, Twitter and mobile apps, federal agencies will be more targeted in their social media approaches in 2012.
New Facebook features could share your information without your knowledge, expert fears.
Yet another group of major changes are coming to Facebook, which recently introduced the Timeline format change, and now has added more than 60 new ways to automatically share information.