Intellicheck is piloting its Law ID mobile device-based authentication solution with three different law enforcement agencies.
Underappreciated in our cloud-fixated era, the mainframe is in fact the most powerful, cost-efficient technology fueling government databases and applications.
The reel-to-reel data recorders that were once standard equipment on U.S. Cold War-era nuclear test ranges are still being used by researchers working on weapon component trials.
The satellite imagery provider's application programming interface is a scalable, cloud-hosted solution that feeds high-resolution map content into web or mobile applications.
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.
Agencies can now access GitHub Enterprise, the open source platform for code review, collaboration and project tracking through DLT Solutions’ government contracts.
A well-crafted solution can help agencies reduce costs, minimize compliance risk and make better labor-related decisions.
The General Service Administration has launched a cross-agency initiative called Feedback USA and negotiated a terms of service agreement that lets agencies make the most of Yelp.
The Mobile User Objective System, the military’s next-generation narrowband military satellite communications system, is capable of providing secure voice, text and data in the most austere environments on Earth.
Besides increasing transparency, checkbook websites can identify inefficiencies and reduce the amount of time spent by staff filling information requests.