As police departments move to electronic data transmission and storage, they are increasingly vulnerable to cyberattack.
A rapid energy modeling solution from Autodesk will help Tinker Air Force Base optimize its energy use.
Google Apps for Work, and other tools on its public cloud platform, are now certified by the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program.
While Congress seems to understand the urgency of implementing cybersecurity solutions, critical technology that was recognized as essential years ago still isn’t fully deployed.
Overall citizen satisfaction with federal government services dropped slightly in 2015, but the Department of the Interior topped the national average with 75 percent satisfaction, according to the American Customer Satisfaction Index.
A biometric clothing company and an IoT data management firm demonstrated how data from sensor-laden clothing can improve situational awareness in an emergency.
The Food and Drug Administration is partnering with Commonwealth Informatics to enhance a drug safety data analysis tool.
The LinkNYC project intends to install 7,500 Link kiosks across the five boroughs by 2020 that will provide gigabit Wi-Fi, charging stations and web access through a built-in tablet.
Computer scientist Jerry Kaplan talks about automation and its implications for many government functions
A recent report outlines how local governments can manage common types of technology-related risks.
A recent report recommends a “hierarchy of countermeasures” to address the threats various non-state actors can pose using widely available and inexpensive drones.
Questions on safety standards and cybersecurity still need to be answered before connected and autonomous vehicles make their way onto the nations roadways.