Individual users, small agencies and large enterprises can all contribute to raising the bar for cyber protection, making it more difficult and more expensive for cyber criminals to achieve their objectives.
The Department of Defense is continuing to build out the Defense Acquisition Visibility Environment to replace its legacy reporting system.
The federal government’s web analytics site, analytics.usa.gov, now features location information, metrics on downloaded files and a deeper view of traffic to federal websites.
The FBI’s eFOIA system lets users request FBI records online and get access to view and download the released information.
Back-end improvements to the state health care marketplaces are making them viable options to Healthcare.gov.
The General Services Administration refreshed its website to accommodate the increasing number of mobile visitors.
Across the nation, cities of all sizes are trying to build 21st century economies by providing money and expertise to startups and clustering tech companies in millennial-friendly neighborhoods.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency aims to provide a deeper understanding of system component interactions and a unified view of system behaviors.
The Department of Homeland Security's National Cybersecurity Assessment and Technical Services can help governments at all levels learn how their networks look to would-be attackers.
Many mobile apps transmit user identifiers, locations and passwords without providing any obvious benefit to the user.