The Defense Logistics Agency may expand its use of DNA marking technology to verify the authenticity of microchips and other electronics in its supply chain.
Topographic maps of Alaska will help researchers studying a range of issues, such as ice loss, glacial changes and surface water flow.
By outfitting snow and ice removal trucks with automatic vehicle location technology, officials hope to improve safety and save money.
The voluntary guidelines are intended to help designers of mobile technology build products that keep drivers' attention on the road rather than on their phones.
The ProudCity Service Center allows municipalities to set up a portal for city services on Facebook, as a standalone mobile app or an embedded widget on an existing website.
Washington, D.C., has installed an array of sidewalk tiles that create electricity when people walk over them.
Using 18F’s resources on modular contracting and agile development, states can speed legacy system replacements.
The city’s light transit systems were hit with malware that shut down ticketing machines and demanded payment.
Researchers have developed a machine-learning system that can assemble code components into a program to meet goals set by the human developers.
California leads the nation in close, dangerous encounters between drones and other aircraft, according to a fusion center bulletin.