To make it easier for agencies, businesses and the public to find, use and adapt its open source code, the General Services Administration’s 18F digital services group published an categorized list of reusable open source code from 35 of its projects, organized by use case.
The final report from the Federal Aviation Administration’s working group on micro drones described how small unmanned aircraft flying over populated areas should be regulated.
One Army commander calls for IT systems that are simple enough for nonexperts to operate in the field.
The cloud threat funnel methodology can help agencies uncover the user behavior patterns that lead to legitimate threats.
Army CIO Lt. Gen. Robert Ferrell described how the force wants to give soldiers access to communications technologies no matter their location.
The city’s open data shows a correlation between robberies and the time school lets out.
Without a solid grasp of what data is being mined, knowledge of its accuracy and why and how it is being mined, big data can end up causing more problems than it solves.
Thorough preparation can help agencies harness the advantages of cloud with fewer concerns, specifically around security.
The city teamed up with Splunk to monitor and analyze its machine-generated data.
Using data from government agencies, a new open-data site visually explains issues related to jobs, health, skills and education.