Researchers are pursuing programming techniques to make ad hoc rescue networks in remote locations robust enough to carry video and other multi-media streams.
The debate over stricter gun control laws could be moot if the agencies charged with managing firearms registration don't improve their IT systems.
Preparing for the new provisions of the Affordable Care Act that will kick in next year, West Virginia has introduced an online survey to judge how ready its health care practitioners are for the coming changes.
NCS Technologies announces its rugged, short-depth Bunker XRV-5241 server, which when packaged could be deployed via parachute.
GSA unveils travel training courses with the assistance of D.C.-based Blackboard aimed at instructing all federal workers how to behave while on travel status.
The Transportation Security Agency awards a contract for big data analysis as it pursues other screening technologies.
San Francisco is posting restaurants' health score data on Yelp, New York will do the same soon, and other cities could follow.
Universities will need to bolster wireless networks, accommodate all kinds of mobile devices and learn to use big data to their advantage, experts say.
The agency wants a secure, usable and comprehensive security platform that would help health care providers exchange electronic information.
The Army is looking to develop software libraries that would provide common training features across several of its most powerful combat vehicles.