Competition planned for massive cloud storage contract.
The administration's top tech executive will retain his duties as federal CIO.
NASA-funded grant explores the culinary potential for astronauts on very long space missions.
New report confirms many different types and targets for attacks
Kenyan capital becomes third African city to hostan IBM 'innovation center.'
Researchers in Oregon are creating perfectly matched human tissues through the process of cell cloning.
Service plans to launch procurement by end of month.
New research suggests that location plays a smaller role now in who we talk to and what we talk about.
India’s Latest Outsourcing Business: CyberattacksNew report confirms many different types and targets for attacks
250 Million Tablets Will Be Sold in 2013The tipping point at which tablets become the planet’s dominant personal computing device is nigh.
If You Want a Job in Tech, Learn to Code'I'm probably not going to hire you,' exec tells recent grads, too many of whom lack critical ...
Shared Services Can Be a Money Maker for Some AgenciesAgencies counteract dwindling IT budgets by offering services to other divisions.
Mobile Strategies Maturing at One-Year MarkSecurity and budgets remain concerns.
Contractors ask GSA to Freeze Cyber-Related RegulationsA White House executive order could conflict with pending federal acquisition rules.
Five Things IT Staff Value More Than SalaryOr: How the Government Can Attract IT Pros During a Pay Freeze.
Smarter Printing Could Cut Costs, Energy Use in HalfAgencies spend $2 billion a year on printing, only to throw away much of what they ...
How Data Can Aid Farmers' Markets and Education InnovationsGovernment information can aid the public but opening it up is just the first ...
Government's Edge in Attracting Science Pros? MissionSTEMM panelists say more mobility would help, too.