A governmentwide strategy for mobile service acquisition and usage depends on better data collection, exec says.
The Federal Communications Commission recently adopted new rules that will better align the regulations with advances in wireless technology.
The Social Security Administration paired a blanket purchase agreement with a managed service to coordinate ordering, expense management and device security.
The Fleet Management System to Go app has improved operational performance and delivered about half a million dollars in savings by replacing handheld scanners with smartphones.
The Aero app provides the more than 25,000 pilots who use it with cloud-based access to the latest maps and route plans.
The Postal Service suggests five ways it could support smart city initiatives using its vehicles and mail carriers.
A Science and Technology Directorate research project proves that reducing the risk of third-party applications is not such a remote possibility.
HHS' low-cost, open-source 2FA solution protects users who connect to GrantSolutions.gov -- and is poised to do even more.
The Eagle Directed Identification Environment gives all 12,000 Immigrations and Customs Enforcement agents the ability to collect biometric data in the field using their agency-issued Apple iPhone and a pocket-size Bluetooth-connected fingerprint scanner.
IT managers who want to turn their agencies into mobile technology powerhouses must help navigate cultural shifts, embrace constant innovation and enable increased security.
Through partnerships with public safety providers and wireless carriers, New Jersey has rolled out text-to-911 service in all 21 counties.
Researchers at MIT are working on a tool that may help city planners and traffic managers better anticipate potential traffic problems by analyzing cellphone signals.
The card reader uses wireless connectivity to allow police officers in the field to read the balance on a card and put a temporary hold on the linked funds.
A recent study revealed how easy it would be for bad actors to overload and disable infrastructure for the 911 emergency services in the United States.