The key to mining those huge data sets collected from sensors and camera systems is to leave digital computing behind, the agency says.
Intel's approach to managing personal devices, which includes evaluations under five general criteria, could be of interest to agencies of similar size.
Marine Corps recruiters leverage data analytics and geolocation technologies to make the finding the best and the brightest faster, more accurate and more efficient.
A survey of government officials indicates that it is cost savings — not politics — that drives technology purchasing.
The agency is exploring a new way of handling large numbers of air travelers possibly through hologram imaging.
The winning project teams found creative solutions to challenges in information sharing, end user services, military communications and other areas.
Researchers have found the point at which printing meets reality. What could government do with it?
Customs and Border Protection is testing an aerostat used in Afghanistan along the Arizona-Mexico border.
NASCIO has selected 30 state IT initiatives in 10 categories as finalists for its 2012 Recognition Awards for Outstanding Achievement in the Field of Information Technology in State Government.
Agencies wondering whether to encrypt their data or mobile devices should take note of the trouble encryption is giving security researchers and the worries it gives the Justice Department.
The Inspector General says the consolidated Security Operations Center has improved its security but still has some key vulnerabilities.
Environmental Management System collects and reports 3,000 energy data points every 10 seconds, including main electrical and water services.
Expanded PROMIS, developed the the Office of Naval Research, would track human studies throughout the department.
What are agencies looking for in the forthcoming OS, which is designed for both tablets and desktops/laptops? You tell us.
Some political campaign apps are a lot like politicians; they seem to be more interested in what they can collect than what they deliver.