Profile of William WelshContributing Writer
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William Welsh is a contributing writer to InformationWeek Government. He has covered the government IT market since 2000 for publications such as Washington Technology and Defense Systems.
Articles by William Welsh
posted in June 2014
Commerce Department uses meetings with private sector to improve its open data infrastructure.
Supreme Court bars police from searching data on an individual's cellphone without a warrant.
Most organizations don't know where their sensitive structured or unstructured data resides, says new Ponemon study.
Major cyberattack carried out in 2013 by an undisclosed nation-state sought to breach US commercial aviation networks, says Center for Internet Security report.
Research.Data.gov upgrade furnishes machine-readable research data to entrepreneurs, innovators, and manufacturers.
The $3 billion rural broadband rollout, established as part of the federal stimulus program, left too many projects unfinished, GAO reports.
Some agencies actively avoid transparency requirements of IT Dashboard, says Government Accountability Office.
Feds will offer access to scientific collections, hold online presentations and nurture young inventors.
NHS England launches research effort to accelerate use of open data to improve care and drive research.
Smartphones and big data have changed expectations for how people communicate and find information, but government agencies aren't yet adapting, says Forrester report.