The Defense Department wants its secure work areas to look like any other work area.
This year’s program produced 12 new data tools.
A new policy allows mobile devices in some secure areas if it can be justified as needed for the mission.
The Navy is in the midst of changing its wireless coverage policy to provide better service.
Marines still aspire to let troops bring their own devices to work, but the corps’ top IT official says its current mobility strategy is “on the wrong trajectory.”
Johnson Joy, the chief information officer at the Department of Housing and Urban Development, said he wants to move the agency to the cloud, update its code, and replace desktops with laptops, among other things.
An API platform offers a single access point to a variety of services, without the hassle of multiple logins.
Jon Johnson, the director of GSA’s enterprise mobility program, said the MSCT now is looking at total cost of ownership for mobile devices and services.
The Commerce Department is planning to use U.S. Postal Service workers to help with its 2018 end-to-end tests.
John Zangardi is leaving DoD to become the new CIO at the Department of Homeland Security, replacing Richard Starolopi.
John Zangardi, the acting DoD chief information officer, signed a memo outlining a new process for securing mission-critical mobile apps.
Federal website developers should start making their sites more mobile friendly, according to analysis by the General Services Administration’s Digital Analytics Program.
Amid the “chaos and complexity” of the Internet of Things are basic cybersecurity rules agencies can follow to secure devices but not suffocate innovation.
Customs and Border Protection is testing a program to let anglers use a mobile app to communicate with the agency, saving everyone time and travel.