Profile of Elizabeth Montalbano
News & Commentary Posts: 731
Articles by Elizabeth Montalbano
posted in April 2010
James Cameron is working with the space agency to outfit the next-generation rover, Curiosity, with 3D cameras.
The Webb deep space telescope has gained manufacturing approval, putting it a step closer toward its mission to study the Big Bang's origins.
The White House and The National Science Foundation are urging technologists to participate in events to raise student interest in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).
In an annual report, The National Institute of Standards and Technology details innovations developed collaboratively by federal labs and organizations outside of government.
The popularity of accessing government information online supports the mission of the Open Government Directive, research shows.
TechAmerica says the federal government needs to update policy, extend tax credits, and invest in cybersecurity to pull the technology industry out of the recession.
A White House-sponsored event is aimed at showing federal officials how to use awards to inspire technology innovations.
Poor leadership and funding make it unlikely modernization of the air traffic control system will meet its 2025 deadline, officials told Congress.
Technology used for the Drupal-based WhiteHouse.gov site is now part of the open source project.
Information on global health, business, finance, and other topics are now accessible to the public in an effort to make the institution's data more widely available.
Technology from Google and Smartlogic allows semantic searches on 50 years of data on the agency's space-flight program.
In a blog post, the space agency's top IT executive shares her eye-opening experience in using the Web to engage with the public in one-on-one discussion.
The Office Of Management And Budget will oversee the private-sector board, which will give guidance on technology, productivity, and customer service.
The TownHall platform aims to help public officials and candidates better engage with the public.
Business rules used by the Internal Revenue Service to evaluate tax returns are refusing valid individual filings.
Government agency solutions that improve how citizens interact with the Federal government receive the General Services Administration's top honors.
The Food and Drug Administration has launched a public system for tracking the activities of 100 agency offices against key performance metrics.
Billions of public tweets will be added to the library's national collection of Web content.
Information about robotics, energy storage, radar, and other technologies will be shared by the organizations.
The $600,000 contract is to help submarine sensors more intelligently collect and analyze operational data.
Federal workers are urged to work remotely to minimize traffic snarls this week, a signal of government's growing acceptance for teleworking.
Ideas will be collected about policy decisions for the manufacturing industry, including suggestions for using technology to advance the sector.
Civilian agencies will spend the most money on IT services, while intelligence agencies will see the largest growth in spending.
The combination of XenDesktop and Citrix Branch Repeater is the technology behind astronauts' direct access to desktop and Web applications.
Code-named Statebook, the internal social network will help employees collaborate more efficiently as part of the organization's eDiplomacy efforts.
Web site operators who stream high volumes of data over the Internet, including Google and Microsoft, could face higher charges from ISPs as a result of court decision.
The firm will manage data from satellites that researchers use to observe the effects of climate change on Earth.
P.K. Agarwal will become CEO of influential industry nonprofit TiE Global in May.
The space agency has about $500 million worth of work to do on software quality assurance; lifecycle management; software reliability; verification and validation; and risk management.