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Articles by Elizabeth Montalbano
posted in February 2011
The agency is seeking a contractor to move 600,000 employees to a hosted system through a project it's calling the "Big 4."
Chris Vein is now deputy U.S. CTO for Innovation, reporting to U.S. CTO Aneesh Chopra in the Office of Science and Technology Policy.
State and local governments are moving more quickly than their federal counterparts to adopt Web-based services, according to a Microsoft executive.
Business Productivity Online Suite and Windows Azure are among the hosted services that will be delivered to regional and local government customers.
The agency has enhanced its search and other tools to improve the way people can help it locate fugitives and missing persons.
The firm will continue to support NASA's Information Technology Service Network for at least the next 8 months.
Agreement on a common electronic health record should be in place within the next two months, the Veterans Affairs CIO told a Congressional committee.
Nearly 14,000 government workers are now teleworking, a trend that should be bolstered by the recent signing of the Telework Enhancement Act, reports an OMB study.
The map shows the availability of high-speed Internet access services nationwide and lets people search for providers in their region.
Career agent Al Tarasiuk is now CIO for 17 U.S. agencies responsible for intelligence operations.
A review of the week-long statewide network outage said it was caused by a combination of human error, faulty hardware, and a failure to follow best practices.
A Congressional Research Service report suggests that the expense, information security risks, and workflow disruption may not make the Obama administration's transparency directive worthwhile.
Service-oriented architecture approach aims to reduce cost, complexity of updating legacy federal software.
The beta site allows people to see investments made by the National Institutes of Health and National Science Foundation over the last 10 years and the results of those efforts.
The Obama administration has made its second donation to the open source content management system that powers WhiteHouse.gov.
YouTube, Flicker, and interactive features figure prominently in the intelligence agency’s effort to better engage the public.
The Electronic Records Archive project will cost 21% to 41% more than anticipated due to the lead agency's ineffective use of project management.
The Feed Over Email system, which has been tested in China, delivers banned content through email.
The government standards body has launched a wiki to get feedback on its draft policies for securely deploying cloud computing.
The CEOs of Dell and IBM go to Washington to share their ideas on how the federal government can save $1 trillion over 10 years through more effective use of IT.
The Department of the Interior will purchase a small number of the tablets in an effort to enhance worker productivity.