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The department aims to be the civilian leader in unmanned systems, flying nearly 5,000 missions last year alone.
The order offers no funding for broadband projects but aims instead to reduce bureaucratic barriers for industry.
The "Know Where Not To Go" data set tells drone operators where wildfire response might be happening so they can avoid flying there.
The phishing attack compromised more than 100 employees' credentials.
The agency’s growing fleet of drones are being used in disaster response, search and rescue and in containing wildfires, mitigating avalanches and monitoring volcanic eruptions.
An OIG report suggests the Bureau of Indian Affairs' cyber program wasn't enough to protect 24 systems internally.
Interior agencies don't know how many computers are on their networks.
The department also needs to ensure mobile devices are encrypted, among other recommendations.
The Interior Department will soon use drones for search and rescue missions.
The agency is looking for a social media analytics service.
The Interior Department has consolidated its many digital arms into one updated website.
While CIOs claim the “chief” title, in many cases their hands have been tied by sprawling bureaucratic structures and a lack of institutional heft.
Department CIO Sylvia Burns was horrified to learn another agency's database was hacked inside her IT facility.
The majority of individuals with high-level control over Interior data and networks needed only a password to log in.
The agency is now saving $5 million a year on rent and $200,000 a year on shuttle buses.
With thousands of federal websites that haven’t yet been optimized for miniature screens, agencies are making a slow go of making government services mobile-friendly.
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