With the presidential election coming up in 2016, many constituencies are considering how they can use technology to secure and streamline the voting process.
GSA released a request for information to learn about solutions, best practices and on-going approaches for managing Internet registration under the .gov top-level domain.
With the authorization of HP’s Fortify on Demand service, federal agencies have on-demand access to continuous monitoring and vulnerability detection without additional software.
Reports from the recent Mobile World Congress in Barcelona indicate that Samsung plans to bundle Microsoft’s Office apps – OneDrive, OneNote and Office 365 – into its Knox Workspace enterprise security platform.
A recent draft report addresses the tech concerns cities might have in implementing police body camera programs.
The Census Bureau’s plans to offer the option to use an cloud-based system to respond to the 2020 census is fraught with challenges, says GAO, including insufficient planning for changes in the agency’s IT infrastructure.
A team of researchers at the Hanscom Air Force Base has developed a process for delivering solutions that protect against insider threats.
IT managers struggling with the rigor of Scrum should focus on optimizing workflow directly and give Kanban a try.
This Friday marks the end of the comment period on the draft requirement that will enable agencies to use cloud environments for high-impact information.
Armed with mobile technology and new data sampling methods, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration aims to improve the accuracy of its crash data, but funding restrictions are slowing the transition, GAO says.