To ensure the safety of residents, agencies should implement communication and collaboration platforms that enable targeted emergency notifications and streamline coordination between responder teams.
The Federal Risk and Authorization Program is allowing cloud service providers to have their data centers tested remotely.
Better integration of three of the federal government’s main strategies -- use of cloud, open source software and open data – would collectively benefit their progress, a new report found.
The updated model will make a difference by getting more high-priority technology modernization projects funded.
Letters from Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah) and Rep. Ken Buck (R-Colo.) to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, Attorney General Merrick Garland and acting Defense Department Inspector General Sean O’Donnell asking for information, documents and, in the case of the Justice Department, a probe into possible anticompetitive behavior on the part of Amazon Web Services.
As a result of the pandemic’s push toward modernization, new leadership and additional funding sources, support for open standards is growing and may be reaching a tipping point in federal agencies.
The ShakeAlert earthquake early warning system is now available residents of California, Oregon and Washington, reaching 50 million people in the country’s most earthquake-prone region.
Moving off legacy systems and into the cloud will support digital transformation efforts, Navy officials tell Congress.
Vermont has disabled its online unemployment insurance application system after 90% of the initial claims filed were flagged as fraudulent.
The Resilient and Intelligent Next-Generation Systems (RINGS) program seeks to advance the underlying technologies to guarantee worldwide availability, security and reliability of new networking systems.