FBI To Overhaul Printer Network
Bureau picks Lexmark for $30 million contract as part of broader effort projected to save government billions in projected printing costs.
Data.gov Gets Updated: A Closer Look
Version 2.0 of government's data portal relies heavily on open-source platforms, but finding usable data can still be like looking for buried treasure.
DISA Mobile Decision Sends Potent Signal
Defense Information System Agency's commitment to off-the-shelf mobile tech is likely to ripple across the government as well as health, financial and other security-sensitive industries.
Oracle Boosts Exalytics Performance
Addition of flash memory improves read-write speed in planning and what-if analyses; doubling of RAM improves in-memory processing capacity.
NSA Fallout: No Feds At Def Con
It's not us, it's you, Def Con founder tells NSA, CIA and FBI, saying attendees need "time to think" about recently revealed mass-surveillance programs.
Wanted: Fair Wages Mobile App
Labor Department calls on citizens to create a mobile app, using government data, that shows which businesses pay workers fairly.
U.K. Courts SMBs For IT Services Contracts
Digital Services Framework dangles £40 million in front of potential bidders, with a special appeal to small and midsize businesses capable of fulfilling the government's "digital by default" mission.
HHS Releases Health IT Safety Plan
Public/private partnerships should make it easier to report health IT-related adverse events and correct potential patient safety concerns.