The Pentagon has not defined how it will support civilian authorities in the event of cyber attacks, according to a Government Accountability Office report.
Researchers found that machine-learning forecasts of which accused perpetrators of domestic violence will be rearrested on similar charges can cut the number of such crimes in half.
NEC's newest biometric fingerprinting device promises faster and more accurate data collection in the field.
Despite spending reductions across the Defense Department, the military is continuing to invest heavily in drones.
Insights for ArcGIS promises to make the process of integrating enterprise data and maps far more intuitive.
USAGov will track the success of its Snapchat content to see how the popular platform can be used to connect with younger followers.
Extending the policy to cover federally funded state and local programs would help improve digital services, save taxpayer money and reduce time, costs and risks for government.
Commercial, federal and other non-model aircraft operators can register their systems using the new, streamlined, web-based registration system instead of the legacy system operated from Oklahoma City, Okla.
Building data secure by default is now technically possible, but a standard must be developed before we’re faced with a stream of fragmented, unsecured data.
White-hat hackers have a chance to try their skills against the Defense Department with the opening of the "Hack the Pentagon" pilot, designed to identify and resolve security vulnerabilities in DOD websites.