GPO's transition from ink-on-paper to online documents leaves millions who don't have broadband Internet access without adequate access to government resources, according to the Center for Study of Responsive Law.
The zEnterprise EC-12 adds power, capacity and other features that could appeal to government.
CIA tech investor In-Q-Tel signs deal with Adaptive Computing to develop a private cloud operating system to meet demands of intelligence agencies.
The Distributed Management Task Force's specification will simplify cloud infrastructure management and ensure that workloads can be easily moved among different cloud environments.
A cloud-based case management system with mobile components helps veterans get back into the workforce.
Agencies are going to the cloud and practically everybody is using it. But understanding it is another matter.
A project to streamline source code for the Veterans Affairs' VistA software will remain accessible to the open source community, says VA CIO Roger Baker.
What is different about big data is the ability of emerging cloud environments to process unlimited amounts of data.
Records management framework will be based on cloud architecture, secure storage and analytical tools, according to an Office of Management and Budget directive.
Using the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention research cloud, health IT developers can test apps before taking them live.
The flaw in the ubiquitous programming language is being exploited with the Poison Ivy RAT from servers in China and might not be patched until October.
Of all immigrants coming into the United States, about 825,000 fingerprint records at US-VISIT have multiple names and inconsistent birth dates.
After consolidating its servers CDC's research lab laid the foundation for managing a virtual infrastructure.
County officials are stepping up efforts to transform operations and improve the quality of services to residents while at the same time lower IT management costs.
Of the nearly 1,300 datasets currently on Data.gov, you might be surprised which are the "most relevant."