NIST will unveil the public draft of the government's Cloud Computing Technology Roadmap; give progress reports on security and open-standard initiatives.
Google's contract to provide the city of Los Angeles with cloud-based applications still faces completion issues after nearly two years.
Revamping its consular affairs systems gave the State Department the IT prowess to manage a surge of 2 million visa and passport requests a month.
Biometrics could provide a way to automate visitor exits from the United States and identify with more certainty who remains in the country.
From the hypervisor down is Amazon's job; the rest belongs to NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
With a tight timeline, the CDC turned to a virtual environment to keep the launch of its Vaccine Tracking System on schedule.
CDC's Vaccine Tracking System will integrate all the pieces of the vaccine supply chain, from the purchase of vaccine from manufacturers to the final distribution of the vaccine to health providers.
The General Services Administration migrated its increasingly mobile 17,000 e-mail users from an aging and outdated system to the secure, cloud-based and collaborative Google Apps for Government platform.
Homeland Security Department CIO Richard Spires works to make progress on four key areas of IT.
The "Practical Guide to Cloud Computing" aims to build standards based on users' perspectives.
Agencies, now in their year second year of the Federal Data Center Consolidation Initiative, have published refined plans on CIO.gov as they move forward with the consolidation and optimization of government data centers
Despite a high level of interest, IT staffs within organizations say they simply are not prepared for cloud computing, according to Symantec’s 2011 State of the Cloud Survey.
As GSA ramps up FedRAMP, security remains a concern in efforts to move government IT to the cloud, officials told a House subcommittee.
The winning plane in the CAFE Green Flight Challenge achieved the equivalent of 403.5 passenger miles per gallon, representing a breakthrough in electrical-powered aviation.
State CIOs' influence is on the rise as state governments turn to them to help bring order during a time of economic upheaval, according to a survey released by NASCIO.