Message flows are the linchpin to distributed, real-time information sharing systems, such as the National Information Exchange Model or the Environmental Protection Agency’s Central Data Exchange.
Successful signing of the top level clears the way for agencies to sign second-level domains by end of the year.
Physics FlexBook is an experiment in open-source, Web-based textbook development and publishing that could help keep educational resources up-to-date.
NIST is updating its recommendations for meeting the security challenges of the Domain Name System, which underpins the Internet by mapping user-friendly domain names to numerical IP addresses.
Margaret Graves takes over as acting chief information officer today on Richard Mangogna's last day as CIO.
The United Kingdom is the latest government to express support of the OpenDocument Format standard, which competes with Microsoft's Extensible Markup Language-based format.
Two new publications from NIST provide guidance for randomizing message input for digital signatures and for using hash algorithms
A demonstration of privacy-preserving data mining techniques using off-the-shelf technology aims to show that we do not have to choose between personal privacy and national security.
The latest version of OfficeConverter 2007 addresses compatibility issues associated with Visual Basic for Applications and Excel customizations.
Semantic-based machine processing of data has improved to such an extent that agencies might benefit from an update of the federal data reference model, experts say.
The National Marine Sanctuaries Media Library database is fully searchable by keyword, category and location.
Since its inception in 2002, GovBenefits.gov has streamlined the benefits process, saving time for millions of people while connecting them with available benefits.