Microsoft responds with temporary mitigations and workarounds for a zero-day vulnerability in Internet Explorer, but some IE versions remain at risk.
The checkpoint at Big Bend National Park in a remote area of west Texas will use kiosks monitored by agents in El Paso and surveillance cameras to allow pedestrians to cross.
The administration and India are releasing open-source software to help other governments set up information transparency portals.
The Patent and Trademark Office is looking for a contractor that can help it fulfill its open government and transparency requirements -- at no cost to the agency or the public.
Federal and state government offices embrace cyber war competitions to build up the computer security talent pool.
The American Community Survey, the only source of local estimates for most of the 40 topics it covers, will save on printing and processing.
The Veterans Affairs Department is about to begin transitioning 600,000 users to a cloud-based e-mail system using Microsoft Office 365 for Government.
Amazon Web Services, which has many public-sector customers, will let customers track usage and costs by the hour or by individual service.
The winning entry connected wirelessly with other drones, prompting them to "run amok."
The agency wants to draw on a broader range of ground stations to improve the speed and accuracy of its data.