By replacing costly and noncompliant paper-based processes with electronic document solutions, agencies can create more efficient and secure automated workflows.
Code for the tools developed by the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency include those for analyzing social media, RSS feeds as well as satellite and spectral images.
High-priced computerized machines have been falling out of favor with cash-strapped local governments, which also worry the machines could be hacked and lead to voter fraud.
An open source, CalCloud-hosted “tech habitat” for development, the Innovation Lab helps agencies build, test and deploy open source projects in the state’s data center.
Researchers at the University of Washington have developed a way that passive, or reflected, signals can help IoT sensors transmit data while using far less power than existing Wi-Fi devices.
A survey of federal IT managers shows the biggest cybersecurity challenges agencies face.
The Federal Aviation Administration recently tested a radio frequency scanning solution to spot rogue drones around commercial airports.
The Interoperability Proving Ground is a simple, searchable, open community platform for basic information on electronic health records interoperability projects.
Lewis Rhodes Labs has a neuromorphic processor that increases the speed and resolution of anomaly detection by more than 100-fold
A new State and Local Government Practice at the General Services Administration’s 18F digital services group will broaden the group’s impact in building, buying and sharing efficient and easy-to-use digital services.