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  • Facial recognition tech takes on DUI offenders

    A portable device has combined traditional breathalyzers with facial recognition software to test for alcohol in lower level drunk drivers.

  • Report finds US citizens unhappy with digital government

    A recent report found U.S. citizens are not satisfied with its government’s use of digital technology as a way of interacting with citizens.

  • AT&T, IBM to help cities build out Internet of Things

    AT&T, IBM join forces to help cities, utilities and commercial firms develop and capitalize on the Internet of intelligent devices.

  • Report: Best practices for big data projects

    A report by the IBM Center for the Business of Government provides advice from CIOs for implementing big data projects.

  • Survey: Agencies save with automation technology

    A SolarWinds survey of 162 public-sector IT employees found that investments in automation technology have saved time and money for agencies.

  • Report: Enterprise app activations growing rapidly

    A Good Technology report found a 54 percent growth quarter over quarter in activations of enterprise applications, indicating that organizations are leveraging mobile apps to make employees more collaborative, productive and engaged.

  • Report: Agencies struggling to carry out cloud strategies

    Many federal agencies have yet to move a large portion of their IT portfolios to the cloud in the three years since the cloud-first mandate.

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  • Walter Reed launches mass communication system

    The AtHoc Interactive Warning System enables IP communications and alerts across the Walter Reed campus.

  • 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.