Cloud providers haven't managed to completely persuade the government IT community that they can provide the necessary controls to ensure security and prove regulatory compliance.
Although many states are outfitting their roads with smart technology, they are still faced with interoperability challenges resulting from auto manufacturer-specific devices.
As cyber threats continue to multiply, states can look to the National Guard for help.
The Navy’s Battlespace Exploitation of Mixed Reality Lab moved a sailor's idea for an augmented-reality-based unified gunnery system to a prototype with little time and funding.
In a Harvard Law Review article, the president highlights “reforms that make the criminal justice system smarter, fairer, and more effective at keeping our communities safe.”
The Unified Shared Services Management Office is looking for a shared software-as-a-service solution capable of improving internal administrative services.
If we are to prevent denial of service attacks on 911 systems, we must understand where the weaknesses lie, both in technology and policy.
Although federal agencies were to transition their websites to the more-secure HTTPS communications protocol by Dec. 31, some conversions remain a work in progress.
Core infrastructure blocks of traditional middleware can collect, empower and disseminate information, provide insights to users and become the highway for moving data around.
Wi-Fi, cellular LTE and digital television signals can -- with a lot of technical magic -- be retasked to track locations.
State and local governments are using Microsoft Dynamics CRM to achieve cost savings, streamline operations and transform the delivery of citizen services.
With OpenTrialsFDA, researchers can more easily search the Federal Drug Administration’s drug approval packages for detailed information about the methods and results of clinical trials, some of which has never been published.