The National Institute of Standards and Technology announced three new cloud computing working groups to address standards and frameworks for cloud interoperability and portability.
Summaries of a few recent projects from the digital services delivery group.
The Wolf computer system modernizes mid-tier resources for Los Alamos scientists.
An Army network forensics team made a positive impact on network troubleshooting, reliability and network protection at the latest Network Integration Evaluation field evaluation.
The State Department's Foreign Service Institute seeks to supplement its classroom and online language training with a multi-language flashcard application that allows students to study from a variety of devices.
Plan X's 3D touch table and Oculus Rift will help military planners assess the cyber battlefield.
The Federal Aviation Administration gave a green light to the first commercial operation of an unmanned aircraft system over land, and granted Nevada authority to operate a UAS test site.
In a joint exercise this week the United States and Honduras will test the performance of GeoSHAPE, a tool that maps emergency service and resources locations during a simulated hurricane.
The Federal Aviation Agency is "on cusp of finishing" several key programs that underpin NextGen, its Next Generation Air Transportation System that aims to migrate America's air traffic control system to smarter, satellite-based and digital technologies.
Using ephemeral biometrics, in which individual identities are tied to active, living biometric data, Sandia intends to significantly improve the authenticity and integrity of cyber identities.