A new study finds that about 14 percent of Americans use social media as their main source of information about a federal agency.
Move to SDN said inevitable in new world of mobility, social, big data and cloud computing.
In the last few weeks, talk of data transparency is working its way into the national (dinner) conversation.
A recent RAND report said that a distributed cloud system could help the Navy deal with its growing amount of intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance data.
AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon now support 911 emergency text messages, but most local public safety answering points are still not equipped to handle texting.
The third annual White House report on prize-based technology problem solving documents how challenges have helped agencies save money and spur innovation.
The Office of Naval Research has undertaken a project to field robots that can make simple moral decisions, such as whether to help a wounded solider instead of completing an assigned task on the battlefield.
The Postal Service inspector general's office built its own data analytics tool -- the Risk Assessment Data Repository -- to help investigators identify high-value targets for audit and investigation, reducing the time required to close a case and increasing the amount of money recovered.
A mechanical arm will help reduce injuries to government employees who are responsible for testing thousands of rounds of ammunition weekly.
A new capability lets the military, first responders and security personnel share geospatial intelligence data via mobile devices even with little or no connectivity.