The FBI asks experts for suggestions in how to add tattoos to its databases of fingerprints, DNA, voice signatures and iris scans.
A bill would bar the Defense Department from using the NSA's Accumulo open source software unless DOD can show no viable commercial open source alternatives exist.
The Department of Energy has enlisted a seven-lab consortium to develop hardware and software technologies capable of one quintillion calculations per second.
A new way of using hard drives could help government agencies wrestle with the problems associated with big data.
Data-storage requirements caused by the growth of remote sensors and the move to cloud forced the National Geospatial Intelligence agency to expand its data center footprint.
The IT market is muddied with confusing claims about information sharing technology, so here are steps to an architecture that should clear things up.
City planners turned to optical remote sensing technology for a pilot project to test a total 3D GIS solution.
The department's multiyear consolidation lays the foundation of its future as a data-driven department.
SAS Security Intelligence platform uses a common infrastructure to detect and prevent threats across government agencies and industry.
The Circuit Court of Cook County is improving operational efficiency and allowing staff and citizens easy online access to services and court files via thin client technology.
Automated prototype detects and fixes cracks in the state's highways.
The collaboration, called Deep Computing Solutions, will become the nation's premier provider of advanced computing solutions for third-party users.