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With approvals issued for more mobile operating system implementation guides, DOD is pushing ahead for a wider selection and faster procurement of wireless devices.
The products and features drawing big crowds on the FOSE show floor would be ignored most anywhere else.
Although the Kepler space telescope already past its expected lifespan, NASA is trying to keep it alive and on its planet-finding mission.
As sequester squeeze continues, officials say vendors must look at how each agency marketplace operates.
Officials demo DCGS-A in attempt to satisfy congressional critics and showcase the system's potential.
Connect lets users view, work with and share information while it stays safely behind the network firewall.
A proposal to expand the system employers use to ensure employees are eligible to work in the United States failed in committee.
Eaton County, Mich., installs Laserfiche 9 to move to the next phase of document workflows: enterprise transactional management.
By a vote of 97-0, the Senate approved the appointment of the MIT physicist to lead DOE.
The company's latest Little PC, with a solid state hard drive and Intel mobile processor, uses an extruded aluminum chassis to dissipate heat.
Cybersecurity must become a full partner with IT and get more aggressive in searching out threats in order to effectively fulfill its mission of supporting agency missions.
A bill to impose open data standards on federal government spending is getting another look in Congress, starting this week.
Some agencies are finding that tightening budgets are leading to smarter IT choices and inspirations.
OMB Controller will take acting role at tax agency as scandal unfolds.
Firewall-centric approaches are a 'Maginot line,' former DHS secretary warns -- tough perhaps, but useless once breached.
Big businesses know how to save money when negotiating contracts. A new report suggests that the government could emulate some commercial practices to good effect.
Steve Kelman explains why he likes the "Every Dollar Counts" campaign.
U.K.-based Huddle's secure cloud collaboration platform, already in use a several U.S. agencies, is billed as an alternative to Microsoft's SharePoint.
Rather than trying to keep up with and get ahead of malicious software, hardware security can help ensure that devices are safe and remain uninfected, says Imation's Larry Hamid.
A new report from the Partnership for Public Service and Booz Allen Hamilton tells agencies how to compete with the private sector for highly skilled employees.