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posted in August 2010
At the Gov 2.0 Summit in Washington on Sept. 7 and 8, GIS expert Jack Dangermond will discuss new ways to integrate government data with mapping applications.
Three of 27 state agencies continue to experience problems from last week's EMC storage area network failure.
IT administrators have fixed the storage area network that failed Wednesday, affecting online services and network operations of more than 20 state agencies.
Facebook, Twitter and other social media activities of federal employees are restricted in how they express political views by guidelines from the Office of Special Counsel.
Call for white papers published on best practices for using electronic communications to perform duties and lead subordinates.
Multiple vendors will split the award, which will be made by the end of the Social Security Administration's fiscal year.
Defense agency leading initiative to build mobile manipulators that work independently on tasks too dangerous for humans.
A video retrospective marking the fifth anniversary of the most costly storm in U.S. history includes information from various space-agency technologies.
About $30 billion worth of projects are on Vivek Kundra's high-risk list and could be on the chopping block.
NASA wins the highest rating among government departments, according to a Foresee Results survey.
Cliffs discovered on the lunar crust indicate the distance between the moon’s center and surface shrank about 300 feet
The agency is refocusing its System F6 project to democratize the building process and embrace open standards for integrating components.
The Government-wide Acquisition Contract is the successor to a current GWAC that will expire in December.
Agency's new Counterproliferation Center brings together two existing organizations in an effort to thwart nuclear, biological, and other weapons of mass destruction.
At the NASA IT Summit, the Federal CIO called on federal agencies to "stop the madness" of wasting money on data centers and other IT resources.
Common Criteria certification for the vendor's Linux OS and virtualization would pave the way for its use in private government clouds.
Agency administrator Charles Bolden said innovation will come only through partnering with and following the example of the private sector.
U.S. CTO Aneesh Chopra honored nine agencies for their achievement in mapping out transparency plans that go "above and beyond" Obama's directive.
The military's technology research arm has formally committed to respecting personal privacy as it develops new projects.
Dashlink lets developers of integrated vehicle health management technology share code and test applications in real time.
Chief technologist Bobby Braun claims the agency's recently launched Space Technology Program will help boost innovation and U.S. economic competitiveness.
Ubiquitous high performance computing program will develop exascale supercomputers that push the boundaries of Moore's Law.
Digital Globe and GeoEye were awarded $3.55 and $3.8 billion in contracts, respectively, for next-generation satellite images and technology by the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.
The fiscal 2011 federal budget allocates get $40 million to build services that foster efficiency and collaboration between agency systems.
Department of Health and Human Services honored Text4baby messaging service, which has more than 64,000 subscribers.
Applications to monitor psychological health and facilitate disaster relief are among winners of the Apps For Army development contest.
Social Security, Labor Relations among federal authorities using the cloud to improve efficiency and customer service, reported Vivek Kundra.
Recorded Future, a Boston-area startup, measures online momentum, sentiment combined with visualization tools to show patterns and links between information and predictions.