The Transportation Department announced plans for a nationwide vehicle safety network, but it left open the role smartphone technology would play as a more efficient and inexpensive means of traffic data collection.
Governments are publishing best-practices guides for implementing open data.
A vast traffic-monitoring network has been deployed to make sure that all can safely navigate the waters with minimal interference.
The more secure laptop could also reduce costs, improve energy efficiency and ease deployment and administration.
The National Archives and Records Administration’s social intranet platform enables staffers across the agency to communicate with one another and share ideas more effectively.
NIST is preparing a publication explaining the technique called approximate matching that helps analysts spot malicious code in files using functions that look for similarities.
Agencies must determine how to implement record keeping policies and practices in an ever-changing environment fueled by the accelerated pace of new technology.
The state of Michigan is piloting a service that uses mobile technology and software as a service to streamline the customer experience at the DMV and speed revenues to state coffers.
The QTS Federal Cloud is an infrastructure-as-a-service system built on technologies that federal agencies are familiar with, including VMware, EMC and Cisco.
The Army's Rapid Equipping Force partnered with Local Motors to develop ArmyCoCreate, an online platform that lets soldiers and civilians collaborate on Army solutions.