The list of new names applied for will be published June 13, though approvals are not expected before early 2013.
The guidance gives general how-tos in five areas: management, data governance, security and reliability, virtual machines, and software and applications.
The new plug-in, for use with any major browser, can enhance search, but it might fall short of being revolutionary.
Despite improvements in the efficiency of federal IT spending, the Obama administration's reform program has a long way to go, an official told a Senate subcommittee.
Virtual desktop environments can create I/O storms that clog performance, but new tools can keep traffic moving.
The innovative technologies in the administration's "anywhere, anytime, any device" digital strategy will ride on the cloud, a former federal CIO says.
The Navy is using a computer game to crowdsource ideas to help make our fighting forces more efficient -- and less costly.
The Medicaid Information Technology Architecture framework is a way states can decouple legacy systems and break down existing silos in state government, the association said in a report.
PCs are still the biggest target for cyber criminals, and legitimate but small-time, seldom-updated websites are becoming a common vector, McAfee’s threat report says.
The strategy envisions a governmentwide architecture that can leverage innovative technology to make more government data and services available through a variety of channels.
Applicants have an eight-day window to review and finalize applications for new generic top-level domain names.
As agencies move toward a model of sharing goods and services, it's changing the business landscape, according to Richard Spires, CIO at the Homeland Security Department.
Making its publications available for the Barnes & Noble e-reader adds to Government Printing Office's small but growing catalog of electronic books.
The General Services Administration's USASpending.gov website is using the GCE Big Data and Analytics Cloud for storing and managing large volumes of data.
Many government departments and agencies have rid themselves of the most obvious efficiency offenders: small data centers, facilities previously marked for closure and IT resources deemed surplus to mission requirements.