America’s appetite for mobile information has moved the needle on digital local government from ‘because we can’ to ‘because we must.’
The Internal Revenue Services has joined forces with state government and industry groups to strengthen taxpayer authentication and protect identity.
Agencies still depending on Windows Server 2003 will be looking at steep costs if they buy into a Microsoft Custom Support Agreement to cover updates to the software that will no longer be supported after July 14, 2015.
Most government software fails basic security screening, a new report finds. Even worse: government agencies lag far behind other sectors when it comes to fixing flaws once they're found.
FedRAMP certification does not absolve agencies of responsibility for their cloud security. NIST and FedRAMP officials offer advice on how to truly understand what's behind that seal of approval.
Hartford, Conn., used Engaged Public’s Balancing Act tool to visualize budget data and let citizens adjust numbers and priorities.
When oil from the Deepwater Horizon gushed into the water faster than agencies could report on it, an online mapping tool increased data access for responders and the public.
The vehicles will be tested on more than 70 miles of roadway in Northern Virginia – some of the most congested corridors in the United States.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology published the final version of its guidance to ensure that sensitive federal information remains confidential even when stored in nonfederal systems.
IBM i2 COPLINK on Cloud gives police access to more than a billion law enforcement documents to help them uncover relationships and patterns when investigating crime.