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The living document builds off the administration's push for a more open government.
Studies estimate that for every federal dollar spent on NASA, the economy is boosted by as much as $14.
An update to the Defense Department’s cloud computing strategy aims to decentralize the process for purchasing commercial cloud solutions
The Marshals also are testing a small number of Windows 8 tablets and Android-based smartphones.
Lapses in cybersecurity leave hospital records and patients' medical devices open to exploitation.
Problems with a backup system are preventing Pentagon from recovering Forge.mil.
Unclear rules about sharing phone data with researchers hamper wider adoption.
New Space Mission: Leave a Time Capsule on the Moon
Lunar Mission One will launch in 2024—if enough backers fund the project on Kickstarter.
The iPhone Case That Can Call the Police
A startup in Pittsburgh has designed a smartphone case and app to deter assault and help catch the ...
Relaunched HealthCare.gov Can Handle Twice as Much Traffic as Last Year
The White House is hoping the people turned off by the website's ...
Pentagon Casts Wider Net to Avert the Next Ebola Before It Arrives
New two-page EZ application is the first step to DARPA funding for ...
Facebook Now Has a Donate Button for Ebola
After donating $25 million of his own money to help fight the spread of Ebola, Facebook CEO Mark ...
In Off-the-Grid West Africa, How Can Tech Fight Ebola?
For now, a big piece of USAID’s efforts lie in improving the technology doctors and ...
Why Millennials Can't Get Enough of Science
Today's young adults see new discoveries both as a source of awe and a means for innovation.
Too Many Kids Quit Science Because They Don't Think They're Smart
But praising their intelligence can make them feel even more insecure. A ...
Attention, HHS: Don’t Do What Australia Did with Its Online Health Exchange
Down under, a government-administered health exchange ...
Exclusive: AFRICOM Plans High-Speed Circuits to Liberia
U.S. military plans to lease a 622 megabit terrestrial circuit from Europe to ...