Over the weekend President Obama unveiled a new initiative aimed at empowering American students to learn computer science.
FierceGovernmentIT caught up with Commerce Department Chief Data Scientist Jeffrey Chen to learn more about the work underway at the newly formed Commerce Data Service and the Commerce Data Usability Project.
As the nation modernizes its power grid through an Energy Department-led initiative, Sandia National Laboratories is leading the security and resilience portion of the effort.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology announced a new blog this week that will take a look at some of the people and projects underway at the science and technology agency.
A new chip may help ease congestion on the electromagnetic spectrum, which is becoming more clogged as the demand for connected devices grows.
The Generals Services Administration's innovation lab, 18F, has launched a new platform to more easily post and receive bids on micro-purchase tasks.
While the work underway at the National Institute of Standards and Technology's Information Technology Laboratory is worthwhile and its influence is significant, an independent assessment of three of its six divisions found room for improvement in the areas of resource planning and outreach.
Federal entities that use unmanned aircraft systems, or UAS, should keep the specific use of the technology as it relates to agency mission, as well as privacy and legal considerations, top of mind through the entire program lifecycle, suggests the Homeland Security Department.
The White House has a strategy to better position the U.S. government to support international cybersecurity standards.
The Postal Service should look to the future and plan for how it could use self-driving vehicles to cut costs and speed up deliveries, says a Sept. 28 USPS inspector general blog post.