Project Interoperability aims to be architecture agnostic, working toward a connected government by normalizing the way information-sharing technology is developed.
As cloud adoption increases and grows in complexity, the hybrid cloud is becoming the new normal for agencies as they manage applications, data and services that reside on different platforms.
After the bombing at last year's Boston Marathon, the city's police department effectively tapped social media to communicate with the public.
New guidelines on improving encryption tools in the wake of the Heartbleed bug offer a range of options for improving encryption, but bigger changes loom down the road.
Developed with Code for America, Atlanta’s new ATLCourt website allows residents to look up their court cases, get text reminders and find answers to frequently asked questions.
The choice for many agencies is not public or private clouds, but rather a blend of the two approaches – often referred to as a hybrid cloud – where Internet-based applications provide information into a system that sits inside agency firewalls.
Agencies can combat income tax refund fraud with authentication tools that fit into existing evaluation processes.
Members of the National Association of State Chief Information Officers met with federal CIOs on strengthening ties on cybersecurity, extending broadband to schools and public safety info sharing.
Geospatial technology developer Trimble Inc. offers local governments a cloud-based service to help local governments manage service requests and constituent feedback.
Government Printing Office's FDsys Web portal has served up more than a billion documents, videos, audio recordings and images since 2009 and plans for updated search engine and improved support for mobile devices.