A recent survey of 500 public sector technology officials finds that most government offices are ready to transition from legacy systems to cloud-based technologies and citizen-friendly software.
The Biometric Technology Center will support ongoing collaboration between the FBI’s Biometric Center of Excellence and the Department of Defense’s Forensics and Biometrics Agency.
The Department of Homeland Security has accredited Lockheed Martin as a Commercial Service Provider under the department’s Enhanced Cybersecurity Services.
Bloomberg Philanthropies selected eight cities for its What Works Cities initiative, a $42 million program to help 100 cities enhance their use of data to improve the lives of residents.
University of Nevada-Reno researchers are working with the Federal Aviation Administration to develop a low-altitude management system to handle fast-moving, smaller aircraft as they cruise through increasingly crowded skies.
Anticipating launch opportunities for the mini satellites, NASA invites researchers to submit proposals for CubeSat research.
Prompted by user feedback, the most recent enhancements focus on customer experience, accounts and alerts, browsing and appropriation tables.
The Department of Health and Human Services awarded the Advance Interoperable Health Information Technology Services program with $29.6 million to support health care information sharing.
The Defense Research and Engineering Network will get upgrades to reach speeds of 40 gigabit/sec.
Crisis Text Line provides a glimpse of the possibilities of a successful next-generation 911 implementation.