IRS's Werfel, Professional Services Council's Soloway and the National Defense University's Childs are honored for their accomplishments and vision in using IT for public-sector progress.
The NSTIC programs, which received more than $7 million in grants, range from military, civilian and commercial authentication initiatives to one aimed at protecting children’s privacy online.
DNSSEC can be an effective tool -- but only one tool -- in preventing redirection attacks such as those carried out recently by the Syrian Electronic Army.
JKO releases a mobile app for DOD’s Trafficking in Person’s general awareness training.
The Army Research Lab and Purdue University develop a process that would let soldiers repair damaged parts on aircraft and ground vehicles on the spot.
The popular game’s new versions features tactical missions with small, self-contained units, reflecting the present-day Army.
The department is piloting programs to help developers get their apps up to VA's standards. Note to developers: Know your Scrum.
GCN honors projects, ranging from USDA's satellite-based anti-fraud program to the world's biggest public-sector hackathon, for excellence in IT innovation and performance.
With 6,300 lumens of power, the new Matrix DLP model, is designed to deliver simulations in any environment.
Panasonic's ToughPad FZ-G1 is a Windows 8 Pro tablet rugged enough to be used in practically any environment. But when multiple options are in use, its power consumption might be an issue.
In order to reduce soldiers' fatigue and injury, the Warrior Web prototype reduces the stress on the troops who carry 100 pounds or more of equipment.
The 110 FirstLook from iRobot can be tossed through a window or over a wall, then explore its surroundings while sending back images.