Microsoft plans to deliver its new Spartan web browser while also permitting organizations dependent on older IE technologies to retain compatibility with their legacy web apps and intranet sites.
The Transportation Department issued a pre-solicitation notice for a working model of a connected vehicle transportation system.
While geographic information systems have become well established in the federal government, the current challenge for agencies is to integrate their data with that from their counterparts in other jurisdictions.
While the Digital Accountability and Transparency Act offers the government a new opportunity to enhance the rigor and usefulness of financial reporting, it’s not without its challenges.
The Social Security Administration’s National Support Center designed to take advantage of new technologies, including server virtualization and energy-saving tech to lower costs and closely monitor resources.
The LTE Demonstration Network will give first responders the chance to use some of the next generation LTE devices that will bring the power of broadband data to local, tribal, state and federal responders.
FirstNet will revolutionize public safety by providing a common, standards-based network that is constantly improved by advancements in commercial technology.
Government agencies are making strides testing uses of big data to predict risks of disease or the path of a killer virus, but hurdles remain, including linking legacy datasets and setting up common vocabularies.
The Office of Federal Student Aid looks for new and unconventional data models to determine the credit worthiness of its loan applicants.
Researchers at Oak Ridge National Lab used three diverse high-performance computing architectures to analyze publicly available health-related datasets.