The 2010 Defense Authorization Act includes requirements to ease voting for Americans overseas.
Lawmakers are again considering legislation that would create federal requirements for notifying people when their personal data is compromised.
The Web site InsideFacebook.com details 10 ways a Facebook presence can help local government leaders looking to truly understand the needs of the people they were elected or hired to serve.
The Defense Department chose a private cloud, and Arlington County, Va., turned to a public offering to address their information technology needs.
Critics say too many systems are collecting data on disease outbreaks with little coordination among them.
The House voted to provide $10 million per year through 2019 for a grant program to expand access to geospatial imagery.
President Barack Obama today nominated Caryn Wagner to lead the Homeland Security Department's office that uses information technology to share information with non-federal officials.
The National Institutes of Health funded a $12.2 million "Facebook for Scientists" project to set up a network for researchers.
Emergency medical workers in Indianapolis and its suburbs now have access to electronic health records.
Agencies use Web 2.0 tools, such as blogs and wikis, in a technique named crowdsourcing to get public input on policy issues.
Indiana fires IBM as the prime contractor on a $1.34 billion contract to overhaul the state's welfare system.
The global terrorist threat, brought to U.S. soil on 9/11, has not gone away. And it now includes the ever looming war in cyberspace.