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U.S. Chief Data Scientist: 'Time is Now' For Technologists to Jump into Public Service

December 2, 2016 The data already exists, DJ Patil said, to solve some important crises—if only we could piece together the pieces.

Have a 'No Cloud' Policy? Here's Why That's Old Fashioned

November 30, 2016 Organizations that shy away from cloud service may be left behind, according to research report.

GSA to Offer Cloud-Based Contract Writing System Next Year

November 15, 2016 The pay-as-you-go system will offer guidance as well as reduce costs, according to GSA.

GSA Helps Agencies Implement MEGABYTE Act

November 10, 2016 The agency is piloting software licensing management as a service.

Report: 97% of Government Has an IT Plan

November 2, 2016 Agency plans include ubiquitous mobility and connectivity.

GAO Plans OPM, FedRAMP Audits in 2017

November 1, 2016 The office also plans to review how well CDC and NIH are protecting health information.

US CIO Makes Final Push to Shore Up Government Cyber Vulnerabilities

October 27, 2016 The new guidance joins numerous Obama administration efforts to modernize government IT.

The Space Industry’s New Bet: Putting an 'App Store' in Orbit

October 26, 2016 “We want to change the way people interact with space systems, to make it into a software problem instead of a hardware problem."

Agencies Spend Big to Transform Internal Processes, Report Finds

October 25, 2016 They're less focused on applying such changes to customer experience.

Coming Soon: VMware on Amazon

October 17, 2016 Customers can expect a new hybrid cloud service mid-2017.

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