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posted in March 2010
New version of the application also connects to Twitter and NASA's massive image archive.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has engaged SRA International to implement an SAP-based system to streamline its business processes.
The U.S. space agency has teamed with The Internet Archive to archive its image, video, and audio collections in a single, searchable resource.
Government IT pros should follow the lead of private industry to improve project management, customer service, and accountability, report says.
The General Services Administration's BetterBuy project allows vendors to provide online feedback on the RFP process.
The bi-partisan caucus, formed in the House, will promote Americans' access to government information.
AEGIS software autonomously analyzes images taken by the exploratory vehicle's wide-angle camera, speeding data collection.
Taking into consideration privacy and security concerns, the bureau is not collecting 2010 census information online.
The federal CIO said the government is already seeing performance improvements from the Obama administration's transparency plan.
Agency officials say they are taking steps to make government more transparent, but worry that their efforts lack structure and could come at a price for security.
Current version of Senate legislation eliminates provision that permitted the president to shut down the Internet in the event of a major cyber attack.
A broad brainstorming initiative, in which the public is invited to submit ideas to the federal government, nears its end.
People have only two more days to submit and vote for ideas about ways government agencies can work better for them and for the country as a whole.
The deal calls for Science Applications International Corp. to develop new software and modify existing Navy command and control systems.
E-mail verification company RPost has brought a federal suit charging the Swiss agency of patent and trademark infringement.
The administration is addressing a bug that caused its VistAWeb e-health records system to return incomplete data.
Vendors can submit proposals for up to $460 million in awards from the $24 billion follow-up to the Air Force's Network Centric Solutions procurement program.
Lockheed Martin and Northrup Grumman will build a shipboard and onshore IP network to replace legacy and outdated software and hardware.
The Open311 standard allows developers to link cities' online information and other services together and make them accessible to residents via Twitter, and Facebook.
State government agencies must support telecommuters with standard and secure IT infrastructure.
New York City IT chief Carole Post will oversee the consolidation of 50 data centers into one shared system, a move aimed at saving $100 million over five years.