Pulse

Pulse

  • CBP intercepts drug-smuggling drone

    CBP intercepts drug-smuggling drone

    Customs and Border Protection reported a smuggling effort involving the use of a marijuana-laden drone near San Luis, Ariz.

  • Adel Ebeid

    Philadelphia looking for a new CIO

    Following the resignation of Adel Ebeid late last year, Philadelphia is on the hunt for a new chief innovation officer.

  • NASA taps SAIC for agencywide enterprise app management

    NASA taps SAIC for agencywide enterprise app management

    The Enterprise Applications Service Technologies 2 contract will support NASA’s Enterprise Applications Competency Center.

  • AWS price reductions

    Amazon reduces hosting prices for GovCloud

    Amazon Web Services announced a 5 percent reduction on certain EC2-optimized Linux cloud hosting services for R3 instances in the AWS GovCloud.

  • Interior moves financial system to the cloud

    Interior moves financial system to the cloud

    The migration makes Interior the first federal organization to move its SAP-based financial management application to the cloud.

  • Iowa plans for cyber resiliency

    Iowa plans for cyber resiliency

    Gov. Terry Branstad has signed an executive order pushing state agencies to develop a cybersecurity strategy.

  • San Diego

    San Diego looks to Accela to streamline business processes

    The Accela Civic Platform will help the city better manage land, permitting and code enforcement cases and increase citizen engagement.

  • In-Q-Tel invests in digital forensics firm

    In-Q-Tel invests in digital forensics firm

    The deal with Magnetic Forensics will expand the capabilities of the company’s existing products for use by In-Q-Tel partners.

  • latest improvements to congress.gov

    Congress.gov adds better search, more content

    The Library of Congress’s latest updates to Congress.gov include user experience improvements, better search features and more legislative content.

  • Illinois issues RFI for digital drivers license

    Illinois ponders digital driver’s license

    Illinois is exploring digital driver's licenses that could be accessed through a smartphone app.