With automation and a clever form of crowdsourcing, the Federal Election Commission has helped to finally break the Senate's paper habit.
The U.S. Agency for International Development is taking a new approach to the last leg of the supply chain.
3-D printers have been a game changer for deployed Marine Expeditionary Units, which often need a replacement part quickly to keep a mission moving.
A new blockchain model allows users to temporarily store, summarize or completely remove their transactions from blockchain, while maintaining the ledger's consistency.
Customs and Border Protection is using emerging tech to help agents ensure intellectual property rights.
Made up of people, devices, content and services, the intelligent digital mesh will be key to "delivering increasingly insightful digital services everywhere.”
A "brain password" is a mix of the person’s unique biological brain structure and their involuntary memory that determines how it responds to a particular stimulus.
The Solicitation Review Tool will ensure solicitations posted on FedBizOpps comply with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act.
These virtual models of physical products or processes can help government agencies operate more efficiently and at lower costs.
Future Computing Systems will feature new hardware and software architectures as well as intelligent environments that understand their own state, according to the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Agency.