The Commerce Department is trying to get ahead of the evolution of cybersecurity, including revamping and automating processes, evaluating upcoming technologies and creating an all-encompassing culture.
The next president, in order to hit the ground running during his or her first 100 days, will need a strategy for keeping the federal workforce’s innovation projects from losing momentum.
When computer scientist Jeffrey Voas set out to determine the security implications of the Internet of Things for the National Institute of Standards and Technology, he discovered that first he would need to provide a scientific definition.
Some agencies are capitalizing on interactions with trending people and topics to gain a widespread exposure on social media.
Experts say the Office of Management and Budget’s update to the circular will greatly reduce agency pushback against using smart identity cards and other identity authentication and verification technologies.
Two feds who have experience moving to the cloud offered up lessons learned from their experience, including the one thing that makes all the difference.
The Office of Management and Budget issued a final memo banning most new contracts for mobile devices and services.
Early adopters hail the potential of Internet of Things, but no one is willing to commit until some very serious challenges are overcome and certain policies are put in place governmentwide.
The Homeland Security Department recently issued an RFI on threats to mobile device security. The RFI includes a survey and room for the private sector respondents to expand on their experience with best practices and standards.
Health care IT experts and members of the communication sector say 5G, the next generation of wireless, can improve the medical field for patients and providers.
Imagine getting an email with images of all the physical mail that’ll be delivered to your home today. That’s just one of the innovations USPS is trying in a pilot program launched in New York City.
Hundred of thousands of federal employees work in space the government does not own. Leased space is a big ticket item for the government. Now the General Services Administration is rolling out a web application to help make leasing a little easier. John Thomas, of GSA’s policy and program execution division, talks to Federal Drive with Tom Temin about the Automated Advanced Acquisition Program.
Monica Mayk, vice president of Client Services for Market Connections Inc,, joins host Mark Amtower to discuss thought leadership, content marketing and the role of media in marketing. June 27, 2016
The EPA can’t be everywhere all the time to enforce the nation’s pollution laws. So it’s developing what it calls Next Generation Compliance.
DoD CIO Terry Halvorsen is trying to create a dialogue around how to move off the Common Access Card. But experts say without money or an official program, not much can happen beyond plans and concepts in the short term.