It makes for a great catch phrase -- and it does really exists -- but don't get carried away with the hype.
The federal health care exchange website was forced into action by a hard deadline, despite bloated code and failed tests. What can agencies learn from the launch?
Reducing costs, improving security, boosting efficiency are the top priorities for federal, state and local agencies, according to a Cisco survey.
The Bank Security Act IT modernization added analytics and forensic tools to help Treasury agents and regulators sift millions of records and chase down high-tech financial crimes.
Enterprise 6 ramps up the speed of its analytics, with an interface made for non-technical users.
EPA's How's My Waterway web application was designed to conserve technology, operate across multiple devices and maintain a bond of information transparency to the public.
The Austin Police Department's digital video recording system in its police car fleet that gives officers total confidence that their interactions with the public will be recorded, uploaded and archived.
Purdue University researchers' VALET combines crime, traffic, geospatial, weather and other data on one screen for real-time situational awareness and predictive capabilities.
System combines Landsat imagery and weather data with crop insurance claims data and agricultural data to keep farmers honest.
The "Mayor's Geek Squad" builds a DataBridge to integrate data from 40 agencies and find previously unknown patterns and relationships for the city to follow up on.
Science collaborative offers IT and collaboration tools to help “crack the toughest problems in modern biology,” say its founders.
Presagis' updated modeling and simulation suite speeds application development.
The group invests in two cloud-based technology providers to automate the work of data scientists and improve application testing.
IBM Smarter Cities software offers advanced cloud-based analytics to help cities run more efficiently and offer better citizen services.