Louisiana Gets Its Own Google Earth
Residents of Louisiana now have access to a customized version of Google Earth designed to help them cope with emergencies, unless they use Mac OS X or Linux.
Homeland Security's Fourth ERP Attempt Foundering
The Transformation and Systems Consolidation, intended to create an integrated financial, asset management and acquisition management system, has suffered from incomplete planning, poor oversight, inspector general finds.
NASA Announces Space Invention Awards
Prize winners named for innovations in exercise technology, food storage, and solar-flare prediction that improve astronaut health and performance.
Intel Reports Best Quarter Ever
Strong server demand in enterprises and small businesses reflects the growth of the Internet and the build-out of cloud computing capacity.
HHS Embraces Flexibility In Final MU Regs
The final Meaningful Use regulations issued today by the Department of Health and Human Services jettison a proposed all-or-nothing program in favor of a more flexible approach.
Health IT Czar, CMS Official On Meaningful Use
Coordinator of National Health IT Dr. David Blumenthal and CMS official Tony Trenkle share their views about the HITECH Act's long awaited meaningful use final rule in an interview with InformationWeek.
Slideshow: Who's Who In Healthcare IT
The push toward "meaningful use" of health IT in America's hospitals and medical practices involves some of the country's most talented healthcare and technology leaders. InformationWeek Healthcare shines a spotlight on some of those healthcare IT movers and shakers.
HP Offers Hospitals, Doctors EHR Help
The EHReady program offers affiliated doctors financing and support services and marketing assistance to hospitals for for e-health record deployments.
LG Developing Android Tablet
Joining an increasingly crowded field, LG revealed plans to introduce thinner, lighter tablet computer running Google's Android OS.
The FBI's IT Leadership Bench
The FBI may be unique among federal agencies, with both its CIO and CTO coming from Wall Street, but the bureau's tech leadership has deep experience in FBI operations and government intelligence.
California Unveils State News Aggregator
Content from more than 200 state agencies will appear on the news portal, drawn from more than 80 Twitter accounts, 40 YouTube channels and nearly 100 RSS feeds.
IBM Developing VA Online Claims System
Under the $9.1 million development contract awarded by the Veteran's Administration, IBM will build a system to allow veterans to file disability claims online.
NASA Updates Website
In an effort to make it easier for people to use as well share nasa.gov media and information on Facebook and Twitter, the agency has updated its site interface.
USA.gov Adds Mobile Apps
The federal government looks to engage citizens in new ways with an enhanced site including Microsoft Bing-powered search.