National Institute of Standards and Technology, University of Maryland and National Security Agency have formed a new center for quantum computing science.
The House of Representatives is looking for co-located data center space to support its data center operations and the needs of other legislative agencies.
NOAA’s online visualization tool is designed to help communities along the Great Lakes plan for changes in water levels associated with climate change.
A new industry group is calling for greater use of electronic citation systems in an effort to reduce time officers spend writing tickets, improving safety and removing paper-based inefficiencies.
DARPA aims to dramatically advance computational linguistics and language technology to enable rapid, low-cost development of capabilities for low-resource languages.
The U.S. Postal Service has put feelers out for a system to manage all of the documents, records and tasks that come into the agency’s complaint hotline.
In a political season, Pennsylvania makes available financial information filed by candidates for state office to the public via mobile apps.
International Space Station partners are developing a terrestrial return vehicle that will provide on-demand, rapid return of experimental results and materials from the space station back to Earth.
Samsung Knox devices have been added to the NSA’s Commercial Solutions for Classified Program Component list.
The open source gamification software tracks game elements (badges, points, tags) for work pages or apps and provides a framework for providing awards/points to users or teams.