Citizens’ digital experiences with government are not improving, and websites are doing the worst, a new report says.
D-Wave will work with Virginia Tech to train its staff, faculty and affiliates in the intelligence and defense communities to build new applications and software tools for its quantum computers.
The Defense Department's maintenance and supply-chain challenges have made it a leader in additive manufacturing, but the next major hurdle will be ensuring that the technology is secure.
The state's Total Human-services Information Network, or MD THINK, is expected to save money, streamline program operations and increase productivity.
The WikiLeaks release of alleged CIA hacking program data shows why insider threats are still the biggest cybersecurity danger to the government and the private sector.
State’s Diplomatic Security Bureau wants to determine the current market capabilities and price points for either a smartphone or tablet-based solution.
Using software bots to automate routine but costly tasks that workers often perform manually, NASA can save thousands of costly government man-hours.
There about as many definitions of artificial intelligence as there are researchers developing the technology.
While the Department of Homeland Security is asking developers for anti-drone tech, the military is having problems of its own.
To get the best value for taxpayer dollars, government should look to the innovation that is taking place in the private sector, particularly regarding open source software development.