The cheapest deal isn't always the best buy, industry advocates argue.
A survey finds that many agencies are still dependent on paper records despite years of efforts to move management practices into the digital world.
NASA and other agencies are hosting a series of competitions to gain ideas regarding some challenges of big data.
Designed to enable information-sharing among law enforcement agencies at various levels of government, fusion centers have instead become 'part of the problem,' Senate panel charges.
A report from TechAmerica urges agencies to get started on big data initiatives, and offers guidance on how to make the efforts pay off.
The Obama administration's pledge to pay the legal fees of contractors who run into trouble for sequestration-related layoffs might not be legal.
The government is making progress on its quest to shut down redundant data centers, but several factors endanger chances of meeting its target date.
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