Increasingly, the U.S. military is using unmanned aerial vehicles to wage war, sometimes those UAVs are flown by people based as far away from the front lines as, say, Nevada. How does that technology change…
What if the government were to pick up and move out of DC? Alan Berube is with Brookings, and his group is out with its “Metro Monitor” report looking at economic recovery in some of…
Federal agencies have pushed out just a fraction of the money afforded to them in the 6-month old stimulus package. But what does this mean in terms of results? The Brookings Institution is looking for…
The move to the cloud in the Federal government is happening, but not as fast as Kundra would like.
Current military personnel doubling as think tank thinkers, academics share results of their research.
Cloud computing services over the Internet have the potential to spur a significant increase in government efficiency and decrease technology costs, as well as to create incentives and online platforms for innovation. But at what cost? Details from Darrell West, Vice President and Director of Governance Studies at The Brookings Institution.
In reflecting on lessons learned, what was perhaps the most striking observation was the commonality of the responses from our allies, who came from varied nationalities, ranks, specialties, and experiences, says Peter Singer with Brookings.
Now set to conclude his tenure as director of the Office of Management and Budget this Friday, Peter Orszag appraised his 18 months in the job. He points to a number of ways in which he and the administration tried to change the way the government works.
Outgoing OMB Director lists accomplishments of administration in speech at his former home, the Brookings Institution.
Cloud computing is going to save agencies lots of money, Brookings scholar says, and there’s no reason to wait.