Chicago recently released its first open data report, providing a progress report on current and new initiatives for 2014.
The new generation of digital pens can do much more than draw lines on tablets, thanks to advances not only in pen technologies but also in biometrics and handwriting recognition.
The Department of Homeland Security is offering access to free managed security services as part of a renewed push for states to adopt new NIST cybersecurity guidelines.
Cloud-based governance, risk and compliance solutions are a logical step for agencies that need to address new rules, consolidate systems and serve their mobile workforce.
The upgrade path of the Defense Department’s Automated Biometrics Identification system remains unclear as the Army confronts test failures and future IT roadblocks.
A strong API layer is one of the most important components in the U.S. Navy’s official app, which connects sailors and their families with relevant and updated content.
NIH and George Washington University researchers partner to accelerate genomics research using Internet2’s 100G network.
Bills introduced recently at the state level could bar many technology companies from doing business not only with the NSA, but also with state and local government entities.
DARPA is looking for a tool that authenticates electronic components at any step of the supply chain.
The Cook County Board approved technology upgrades to track the location of county vehicles and automate building inspections, in a move away from a paper-based system.
SkySync 2.7 syncs, searches and quickly integrates with a multitude of storage systems, cloud platforms and SharePoint.
The Next-Generation Incident Command System is being used by emergency management agencies in California for planning, response and recovery for risky and hazardous events – many of them wildfires.