Defense CIO says the military must retain exclusive access to some frequency bands.
Reforms added to a major defense policy bill would give agency CIOs authority over all IT spending.
The Internet of Things could stoke the economy and improve lives, but not if it’s choked by new regulations.
Intelligence agency unfairly allowed the company to weaken security requirements, auditor finds.
Microsoft will pay hard cash to coders who tell the company about the software holes
Combining the eBenefits portal with the Veterans Benefits Management System could help reduce the backlog.
The technology was abandoned by the U.S. in 2010.
By shear numbers alone, the government asks the most of Microsoft.
FDA Plans to Mine Shipping Data to Expose Illegal Cigarette SalesAgency wants a vendor to spot anomalies in tobacco shipments.
Goodbye Paper: VA Installs Automated Claims System in All Regional OfficesProgram is key to addressing the claims backlog.
The Real Reason to Fight Nuclear Power Has Nothing to Do With Health RisksNuclear energy is dying to poor economics.
A Supreme Court Loss On Human Gene Patents Is Just What Myriad—and the Biotech Industry—NeedMyriad's stock has gone up dramatically since ...
Who Should Take Antidepressants?A brain scan could help objectively identify who will benefit, and who won't.
A Prosthetic Limb, Controlled by an Amputee's ThoughtsThanks to new DARPA technology, things like picking up a coffee cup could be, ...
Senator Slams Pentagon for Its Electronic Health Record Strategy Patty Murray says the ‘best option’ would be an open source system with VA.
This Month's Other Crucial Privacy Debate: The Rocky Future of Arrestee DNA CollectionThe ruling is poised to have broad legal ...
Lightsabers Can Save Your LifeA new plasma-based scalpel could revolutionize surgery.
The Drawbacks of Data-Driven MedicineHospital interns spend more time interacting with hospital information systems than with patients.