The Department of Homeland Security is inviting manufacturers of commercial GPS receivers used in critical infrastructure to test their equipment in a live-sky spoofing environment.
The lessons learned from the early builder projects help FirstNet evaluate technical standards and capabilities, test new equipment and refine plans for future rollouts.
Because the need for software is outpacing developers’ ability to provide it, agencies are opting for low-code platforms to help non-developers create applications.
Federal IT managers must learn to live with four ghosts that haunt the uptake of cloud services.
Safety and Justice Challenge grant winners are working to address local justice disparities through innovative reforms.
Two upcoming projects will demonstrate the feasibility of high-speed, long-distance laser communications.
New data from the ArcticDEM project expands users’ ability to track elevation changes in mainland Canada and Russia.
Fast, secure and reliable communication is critical for local emergency managers and law enforcement agencies responsible for major events.
Minimum broadband speeds should be based on concrete use rather than arbitrary numbers, an expert argues.
Network performance and bandwidth monitoring solutions can help government IT pros keep users productive and systems secure.