The botched insurance exchange site shines a bright light on the government's problems with buying technology.
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Law prohibits government employees from working outside the office in the event of a shutdown.
The Nextgov iPhone app delivers news and more to mobile users.
Deal with Socrata could help intelligence agencies share information more efficiently.
Meet 19 people who will make you rethink what government service is all about.
The founder of Code for America will soon become the deputy U.S. chief technology officer.
Administrators would be able to remotely wipe employee devices if problems are detected.
From the transcontinental telegraph to the Human Genome Project, federal agencies have spurred some of the nation’s greatest breakthroughs.
The Daily Show takes on the federal bureaucracy again.
HUD is recognized for two programs, one to foster economic growth and another to help failing communities.
Instead of building a system from scratch, the departments will integrate existing systems.
For starters, where will the military find enough skilled computer experts?
Protecting privately-owned critical infrastructure is hugely complicated.
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