An FDA app used by food investigators to enter data while performing field inspections won "Best Business Investment."
Heading into a record travel season, FAA’s traffic upgrades are in the political spotlight.
Mankind’s rapid march toward a future of self-driving vehicles seems inevitable. And this makes a lot of people nervous.
Longtime public servant Al Tarasiuk’s career in the IC began in 1988, with an electrical engineering job at the CIA.
The IRS hack is raising questions about once tried-and-true identity-protection measures.
Nanotronics Imaging has created a new system, called nVisible, that lets anyone walk through a three-dimensional, digital visualization of a microscopic landscape, using a virtual reality headset.
The Pentagon last week abandoned a $475 million job posting for cyberattack and network defense experts.
Open data helps local governments in all seasons.
CIO: FITARA 'Won't Change A Lot' at DHS
DHS CIO Luke McCormack said the legislation would only force CIOs to get more involved in the ...
FCC Wants to Make It Easier to Block Annoying Robocalls
The commission plans to tighten its rules on telemarketing.
Inbox Zero vs. Inbox 5,000: A Unified Theory
There are two types of people in the world: those with hundreds of unread messages, and those ...
Commerce Department Recruits Former Google Exec
Alan Davidson is expected to help lead Commerce’s work on issues related to the digital ...
VA Continues Facing Onslaught of Cyberattacks
The Department of Veterans Affairs blocked more than 1 billion cyber threats in April.
NSA Tests Out Smartphones that Recognize Handwriting Motion
The National Security Agency has tested the use of smartphone-swipe recognition ...
House OKs Bill to Promote ‘Exascale’ Supercomputing
The bill would require the Energy Department to research supercomputing technology, ...
SBA Wants To Know How Big Data Affects Small Business
It's common for large businesses to make data-driven decisions, according to the Small ...
FCC Prepares to Become the Internet's Privacy Cop
Internet providers will soon face new rules on how they can handle customer information.
Watchdog Says Agencies Aren’t Tracking How Much They Spend on Smartphones
The federal government spends about $1.2 billion each year on ...