The use of social media as a public outreach and data collection tool is now actively promoted by government agencies. But do the data samples paint an accurate representation of public sentiment?
Microsoft expands its cloud offerings for public sector customers with Azure Government, Dynamics CRM Online Government and a set of software services meeting federal security standards.
The Department of Homeland Security will explore developing an environment for automated cybersecurity and shared situational awareness.
North Carolina’s iCenter operates a laboratory where agencies, educational institutions, industry and citizens can perform technical evaluations, prototype testing and proofs-of-concept.
FLCBusiness provides a searchable database of federal lab capabilities and know-how, facilities and equipment available for public and private utilization, lab-specific programs and funding opportunities.
Microsoft is retooling its internal development efforts to produce a single operating system in Windows 10 that will work across various devices.
The National Science Foundation announced high-performance computing projects aimed at expanding supercomputing to researchers in the medical, social science and education communities.
Working with Accela and OpenCounter, the city will create a system that will work across departments to coordinate workflow, integrate a variety of backend systems and provide an improved public experience.
The VA has been dinged – again – by the GAO because of incomplete follow-through in its cybersecurity operations, showing that it takes more than mere box-checking to make regulators happy.