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Articles by J. Nicholas Hoover
posted in January 2010
The newly published data sets are the first concrete deliverables of the Obama administration's directive toward broader open government strategies.
After four decades of government service, capped by a revitalization of the DoE's cybersecurity protection plans, Tom Pyke is retiring.
The VidyoRoom HD-220 steps into the telepresence arena with Cisco -- at a fraction of the cost.
As it prepares for the 2010 enumeration, the U.S. Census Bureau is tapping the cloud for software-as-a-service and Web hosting.
In a policy speech, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton outlines five 'Internet freedoms,' and calls on tech vendors and other businesses to play a role in promoting Internet access and fighting censorship.
The Obama Administration has been using EMC's EmailXtender e-mail management software since the President's first day in office.
The company wants to see laws that strengthen privacy and security and encourage more consistent international data policies.
CrisisCommons is quickly organizing techies to lend IT and software development skills to the earthquake relief effort.
The U.S. lead in science, engineering, and technology is slipping as Asia's capabilities rise, report says.
The military and other branches of the U.S. federal government are rolling out new and old technologies to bolster the Haiti earthquake relief effort.
Virginia's incoming secretary of technology faces a major challenge in a sputtering outsourcing deal with Northrop Grumman.
The President is pushing federal agencies to implement an IT management plan based on ideas suggested by private sector tech leaders.
The U.S. Army and NASA are at the vanguard of federal government entities offering iPhone applications.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer and executives from Facebook, Sprint, Adobe and other tech firms are scheduled to meet with government officials to discuss innovation and leadership.