• Lessons learned from NARA's social intranet

    The National Archives and Records Administration’s social intranet platform enables staffers across the agency to communicate with one another and share ideas more effectively.

  • Calculator helps evaluate the cost of going rugged

    An online calculator will help IT managers determine whether it is financially beneficial to replace consumer devices with rugged tablets.

  • CMS picks EHR systems for next health IT test

    The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services picked EHR systems that will be used to qualify health care providers for incentives designed to build a national health information network.

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  • Data destruction tools debut to toughen enterprise defense

    Code42's CrashPlan enterprise endpoint backup now features triple-pass data sanitization and secure delete capabilities.

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  • Report: Government website satisfaction drops

    Inefficient websites have contributed to a drop in citizen satisfaction with federal government services.

  • NIST draft standard details approximate matching

    Approximate matching, useful for security monitoring and forensic analysis, works to identify similarities in two digital artifacts.

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  • 'Innovation lab' puts Air Force brain power on DOD-wide issues

    The Air Force Technical Applications Center created an innovation lab dedicated to developing technologies at a lower cost to reduce operations maintenance and overhead.

  • PwC OK'd as certified third-party assessment organization for FedRAMP

    PwC was certified under the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program to assess the security of cloud providers offering services to federal agencies.

  • Patent search engines aim to open innovations to the world

    The Lens open search engine provides access to 100 million documents in 90 countries, and the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office makes Chinese patent documentation searchable via the PTO website.

  • 1940s motion simulator rehabbed for tech testing at sea

    The Navy is refurbishing a 96,000 pound platform used to train World War II-era machine gun operators into a test site for high-tech communications.