January 29, 2015
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A panel of expert witnesses told Congress Wednesday to narrowly define what is and is not capable in any forthcoming cybersecurity bill.
The Pentagon's chief weapons buyer is betting on the Defense Innovation Initiative to help the military keep pace with the potential adversaries of tomorrow.
January 28, 2015
Just as the dotcom giant offers users related products based on their browsing history, a new system could prompt a company to file a report with, say, EPA Region 5 once it sees the company has filed a similar report with Indiana regulators.
The agency announced Wednesday it will expand its cloud offerings after striking a $100 million blanket purchase agreement with Aquilent. As part of the agreement, any office within GSA can quickly and easily procure cloud services from the company.
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January 27, 2015
Federal CTO Megan Smith pointed to digital government Tuesday as one of her major focuses going forward in her role as a technological adviser to the president.
January 20, 2015
News outlets and commentators predicted the president would have a lot to say about the growing number of cybersecurity threats facing the nation. They got less than 200 words.
January 19, 2015
President Barack Obama met with British Prime Minister David Cameron in Washington, D.C., Friday to invigorate a running partnership between the U.S. Digital Service and the United Kingdom's Government Digital Service.
January 15, 2015
The executive branch is expanding its role in helping state and local communities get access to high-speed broadband through a variety of sources, President Barack Obama said Wednesday.