The General Service Administration has launched a cross-agency initiative called Feedback USA and negotiated a terms of service agreement that lets agencies make the most of Yelp.
The Mobile User Objective System, the military’s next-generation narrowband military satellite communications system, is capable of providing secure voice, text and data in the most austere environments on Earth.
Besides increasing transparency, checkbook websites can identify inefficiencies and reduce the amount of time spent by staff filling information requests.
The Department of Homeland Security has accredited Lockheed Martin as a Commercial Service Provider under the department’s Enhanced Cybersecurity Services.
As military equipment becomes more complex, it must be matched by an advanced model for asset acquisition, management and ownership.
By licensing its Radio Internet-Protocol Communications Module, the Department of Homeland Security hopes to help responder organizations easily and inexpensively upgrade their legacy communications systems.
The Army is looking for a Next Generation Game training solution that will provide various degrees of immersion for small to medium units in a shared environment.
Compared to industry sites, state legislature websites fall short in the web technologies that enhance user experience.
The onTRAC system identifies achievement trends, tracks progress for students and provides a breakdown of critical data that teachers can use to create personalized learning plans.
A new survey finds nearly half of all apps tapped by government users address workflow needs.