Records management issues plagued the State Department despite the State Messaging and Archive Retrieval Toolkit (SMART), designed to allow staff to preserve emails and cables using Microsoft Outlook.
The Army has developed tools to make network updates and initialization of workstations faster and more efficient.
Seattle has set up a technology matching fund to provide capital to residents with innovative ideas for improving city services and public access to digital resources.
The audit by Cryptography Services will cover a range of security concerns but will focus primarily on the Transport Layer Security stacks, protocol flow, state transitions and memory management.
With the right strategy, agencies can leverage technology they already own for a cost-effective and scalable email records management solution that ensures compliance with federal records policies.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s Robotics Challenge will test several designs from contestants in simulated disaster areas.
DARPA’s Brandeis project aims to develop tools with “revolutionary” impact that could help bridge privacy gaps that hamper collaboration and technology development.
With the presidential election coming up in 2016, many constituencies are considering how they can use technology to secure and streamline the voting process.
GSA released a request for information to learn about solutions, best practices and on-going approaches for managing Internet registration under the .gov top-level domain.
With the authorization of HP’s Fortify on Demand service, federal agencies have on-demand access to continuous monitoring and vulnerability detection without additional software.