Finalists in the competition have developed applications that show how government datasets can be mixed and formatted in such a way that make them more easily accessible and understandable.
SRA analysts use visualization software to support the Army Criminal Investigation Command's cases against bribery, money laundering and conspiracy.
Efforts toward greater transparency, such as the reporting requirements of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, have spurred many agencies to look at visualization techniques they can use to show how money is being spent. A new crop of visualization tools can make the job easier.
When putting data into a graphical format, it's important to match form with the content.
By being immersed in a Second Life-like virtual replica of a submarine's control hub, commanders will have a better idea of the proposed changes to the hub and be able to offer more constructive feedback.
Proposed rules announced today would require that all mandatory post market reporting of adverse effects for drugs and medical devices be filed electronically, either through a gateway, a Web portal under development, or on disk or tape.
NIST explains the use of new international standard enabling client applications to access identity credentials from different issuers, including the federal PIV card, and releases a proof-of-concept tool for using PIV with some common applications.
Microsoft researchers have unveiled an anti-hacking concept that can help track hackers or malicious content to origin servers.
Fidelis Extrusion Prevention System protects operations security and classified data from within the organization as well as from external attacks.
The Homeland Security Department plans a new wiki that federal cybersecurity centers would use to coordinate efforts and improve situational awareness.
New Hampshire city uses Capturx pen for data collection, GIS tasks.
The August 2008 denial-of-service attacks against Georgian Web sites was conducted by Russian civilians and coordinated with the Russian military invasion and organized crime, according to the U.S. Cyber Consequences Unit.