The Open Data Summer Camp helped middle- and high-school students learn how to apply data science to food safety and agricultural issues.
The Pentagon’s Defense to Response Technology Program is looking for DOD-funded technologies that can be used to enhance public safety and homeland security.
The Fish and Wildlife Service could soon be using UAS to drop vaccine-coated food pellets to black-footed ferrets in Montana.
The General Services Administration’s Data to Decisions platform includes tools for collecting, managing and analyzing data.
Pennsylvania’s Corrections Department’s interactive map shows the number of released inmates by county as well as their gender, race and risk score.
Factom’s solution captures the identification of a device, the manufacturer, available updates, known security issues and granted authorities while adding timestamps for added security.
As a partner in the Google CS First program, the Queens Library can expand its STEM activities and increase computer literacy in the community.
Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx announced that AT&T is supporting the challenge with $1 million in hardware, products and services.
The Department of Homeland Security revamped its website making it more friendly to mobile devices.
The Department of Homeland Security is looking for a series of automated and secure-by-design tools for mobile apps that assist developers, analysts and security or network operators.