Veryant's isCobol 2010 adds support for Eclipse Galileo, among other changes.
New standards for reporting under the Federal Information Security Management Act are intended to further reduce paper, but not all agencies are well equipped to meet them.
The Justice Department plans a nationwide federated identity management program for law enforcement data systems.
Government and private-sector experts say agencies need to adopt real-time, enterprise-based risk management to secure the nation’s information infrastructures.
Civilian agencies and military services take different paths to making technology investment decisions.
Federal government is a good place for information security professionals to be during the economic downturn, with relatively stable budgets, rising wages and growing employment, according to a survey by ISC2.
Computer networks had to be installed at more than 500 temporary Census offices across the country for the 2010 count.
Windows Servers accounted for nearly 42 percent of the overall server revenues for the quarter, according to IDC's latest Server Tracker Report.
Microsoft announced two new virtualization applications for Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack 2010, a tool for managing Windows 7 deployments.
Vivek Kundra says the administration intends to leverage the power of technology to make the government run more efficiently.
Microsoft described changes to its Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC) in a webcast, addressing some concerns of frustrated users who couldn't access software, product keys and account information in December.
The administration wants $43.59 billion for the Homeland Security Department in fiscal 2011 compared with the $42.60 billion that the department got for this year.