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posted in February 2013
Miami-Dade County is partnering with IBM to improve city policing, transportation and parks through predictive analytics.
Efforts by Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., could lead to significant reform of federal IT management and acquisition.
Military releases a new plan to accelerate the adoption of mobile devices and apps for both classified and unclassified use.
Biggest challenge in realizing agile, efficient government IT continues to be the required cultural change, says Federal CIO Steve VanRoekel.
Across-the-board budget cuts due to hit March 1, if Congress doesn't make a budget deal, could quickly impact NASA's technology work.
Securities and Exchange Commission's new Midas system collects information on all trades in an effort to better understand how the markets work.
With Obama's first term in the rearview mirror, federal CIO Steven VanRoekel is looking for ways to continue to improve federal IT even in the face of looming budget cuts.
Communications are back up between NASA and the International Space Station after a brief glitch happened shortly after a software upgrade.
With huge automatic budget cuts looking increasingly likely, federal CIO Steven VanRoekel and other officials are discussing the effects of sequestration on government IT plans.
To help accelerate federal adoption of smartphones, General Services Administration plans to offer a government-wide mobile management tools platform.
Terabytes are growing into petabytes. Your action plan must include new skills, tools and cross-agency collaboration.
Department of Defense has dished out $3 million for Python big data analytics libraries from a $100 million fund for big data research and development.
Centers for Disease Control have updated their two flu apps -- FluView and CDC Influenza -- for the busy flu season.
Senate report indicates many Fortune 500 CEOs support comprehensive cybersecurity legislation that increases information sharing, but only if sharing is voluntary.