The Obama administration yesterday revealed its plan to launch competitions to create three new manufacturing innovation institutes this year, and the contest begins immediately.
After four years as deputy secretary at the Veterans Affairs Department, W. Scott Gould has announced he is stepping down May 17.
If you are a federal employee, you already know government innovation is on the decline — unless you work at the Office of Management and Budget, that is.
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Adrian Gardner, chief information officer at NASA Goddard, discusses what he’s working on in this interview with FedScoopTV.
The Office of Management and Budget offers sequestration guidance and former NASA CIO Linda Cureton announces her next move.
Former NASA Chief Information Officer Linda Cureton announced the launch of her new company, Muse Technologies, Inc., on Thursday, just a day after officially retiring from the space agency following a 34-year career in the federal government.
The latest in federal government open source software with FedScoop’s Luke Fretwell and Red Hat U.S. Public Sector Chief Technology Strategist Gunnar Hellekson.
NASA announced the launch of its second International Space Apps Challenge featuring 50 space exploration related challenges that range from building applications to designing visualizations based on NASA data.
White House Office of Science and Technology Policy Direct Dr. John Holdren, U.S. Chief Technology Officer Todd Park, NASA Deputy Administrator Lori Garver and other non-administration special guests discuss the administration’s priorities and accomplishments related to science, technology and innovation topics covered in the president’s State of the Union Address.
The plan was created following development of a series of agency draft Space Technology Roadmaps by the National Research Council with input from the public and key stakeholders.
NASA’s Open Innovation team members Ali Llewellyn and Nick Skytland discuss the National Day of Civic Hacking, a weekend-long event, schedule for June 1-2, 2013, that will be held in cities across the United States.
The job, posted at USAjobs.gov on Feb. 1, is open for applications until March 4. Salary is between $175,000 and $179,700 per year.
SEWP is a Government-Wide Acquisition Contract GWAC that plans to offer a vast selection and wide range of advanced technology computers and servers along with peripherals, network equipment, storage devices, software and other IT products and related product solutions.
The unique security issues facing the U.S. Postal Service and follow-up from NASA CIO Linda Cureton’s retirement announcement.
NASA expects to appoint a new chief information officer by April 1, the agency said yesterday in a release announcing current CIO Linda Cureton’s intention to retire.
NASA CIO Linda Cureton told FedScoop she will retire after 34 years of federal service and is currently exploring opportunities in industry.
In true startup fashion, NASA’s open government team has mastered the art of the government “pivot.”