The intelligence community will brief firms on its plans for new insider threat detection and monitoring systems.
A program developed during a NASA software challenge lets amateur astronomers identify new asteroids with a desktop computer.
Agencies can modernize by reusing, not replacing, core business assets, allowing for smart use of existing funds and faster time to market for new functionality and services.
In pursuit of its open government goals, the Department of Health and Human Services is expanding access to financial data and to the results of its funded scientific research.
As part of Sunshine Week, the National Archives is recruiting citizen volunteers to transcribe historical documents.
BlackBerry announced the SecuTablet, a new secure tablet outfitted with technology components from Samsung, IBM and Secusmart, a German encryption company acquired by BlackBerry last year.
In a move toward greater data transparency, Philadelphia opens its contracting datasets to public access.
The National Institutes of Health's award-winning research-and-presentation project has been turned into a tool for broader use.
CompStat-style programs are responsible for a 5 to 15 percent decrease in crime in cities using the system, according to a recent study by the Brennan Center for Justice.
Tech company Galois has developed a secure software solution that makes drones invulnerable to buffer overflow attacks, network sniffing, replay attacks and authentication attacks.
The Department of Homeland Security's EMERGE! Accelerator program is designed to speed development and validation of wearable technology for first responders.
Phillips introduced a ruggedized Ethernet switch that has no moving parts, operates with less than 8 watts of power and is fully sealed and cooled without the need forced air.