May 25, 2015
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May 22, 2015
The Federal Communications Commission will be able to honor all the funding requests through its E-Rate program for next school year.
Donna Dodson, the director of NIST's National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence, is using experts from outside the computer science space to re-work how people design cybersecurity systems.
Currently, agencies must send the emails they wish to archive to a digital library housed on hardware at a government data center in West Virginia.
The White House, hoping to improve federal purchasing in the digital age, has launched a challenge worth more than $300,000 if someone can teach contracting officials how to adopt modern acquisition techniques, like those found in the Digital Services Playbook and the TechFAR.
How the FBI and DHS are proving agile development and continuous delivery are gaining traction in government.
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Food and Drug Administration
May 18, 2015
FDA Chief Health Informatics Officer Taha Kass-Hout wrote that it's an effort to urge developers to explore the adverse events, recalls and drug labeling data sets.
National Archives and Records Administration
Amid heightened public interest in federal records management practices, a watchdog agency released an analysis Thursday on how the government was adhering to certain records requirements.
May 13, 2015
The fifth anniversary of the Health Datapalooza offers a fresh view on the role of open data as the raw material for innovation, but more must be done to seize its potential.
Despite the hype surrounding big data, federal data leaders offered this warning: Just because it's there doesn't mean you have to collect it.