Drag-and-drop coding platforms can help agencies that are short on technical staff.
CIOs must swap magic for real insights on what and how cloud technologies benefit to their agency.
The research could one day help the government address its legacy IT problem.
The situation highlights the challenge of securing open source software, which underlies virtually every IT system in government.
For sensitive communications, the Russian government aims to replace the ubiquitous Microsoft operating system with a bespoke flavor of Linux, a sign of the country's growing IT independence.
The tech will go live on June 6 even if it’s operating “at 70 percent or 50 percent,” said Secretary Robert Wilkie.
A ProPublica report exposed serious issues in a Veterans Affairs Department software tool.
The 2020 presidential candidate introduced a bill to help local governments modernize their digital services. Is this the lifeline cities need?
In the beginning, start small.
As it turns out, projects are often derailed from the beginning.
The experimental lab is looking for partners to supply “the best software developers in the world.”
Officials at Health and Human Services took an idea from their colleagues at Census to use big data and public-private collaboration to design systems that can save lives.
When a smartphone app doesn't work it's annoying. But when an agency app doesn't work, there can be consequences.
The Office of the CIO put out a notice on a new five-year contract to assist with all sorts of application management needs.
The reality is that supply chain risk is also a concern in the software frontier.
For starters, federal agencies don’t need to rush out and hire “super developers.”
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