It taps sun and wind to let craft fly longer.
Airborne automobiles are “major economic and transportation opportunity that U.S. must lead," NASA official says.
Google missed an opportunity to say no, with clear consequences.
Advanced analytics and cloud-based sharing technologies can put available opioid-related data to use.
“You do not move to the cloud or buy new hardware so you can host legacy services. That doesn’t make sense,” says CIA’s Sean…
A cloud environment is just another data center with minimal controls; it’s the security stacks that matter.
Govies show the riskiest behavior in social media use, physical security and mobile computing.
Agencies can submit modernization project proposals, but will be competing for funds.
The agency embraces open source, agile software development and DevOps.
USDS is transforming online federal services, but hopefully it won’t do that forever.
To no surprise, people want online engagements to be as seamless as commercial websites.
Concerns remain about safety, cyberattacks and testing exemptions.
CIOs should start small and focus on augmentation.
The team is working in six agencies on 30 products, but its door is still open for 2018.
We spotlight the change agents and explore what it takes to drive transformation in government.
The bill plans to automate the way grantees report data to agencies with the tech of today.
And it’s holding a competition with $17,500 in prizes for the best agile robot approach.
New report shows growth for the global tech industry this year.
Implementing orchestration frees up analysts’ time to respond to “sexier” alerts.
And how are they helping the Pentagon prep for the future?
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Some agencies fail in data center consolidation and software license inventory.
Official: DOD should never buy another weapons system without artificial intelligence.
Fewer than 1 in 5 agencies use advanced automation, new report says.
Adoption will take time, but it'll get done.
"We realized how important it was to get tactical."