The National Geospatial Intelligence Agency is trying to see circles. That is, it wants satellites to have the ability to identify circles.
Customer experience from government agencies has a long way to go. That's the principal finding in the latest survey by Forrester Research.
The State Department created an intra-agency team to reimagine many of its business and administrative processes now that the initial urgency of the pandemic has passed.
Phil Carrai, President of the Space, Training and Cybersecurity division at Kratos, joins host John Gilroy on this week's Federal Tech Talk to discuss how a surge in satellite launches has spurred innovation in the ground systems that get data from them.
Nearly a year into the Trump administration’s Federal Data Strategy, agencies have taken big steps in making data analytics the foundation for executive decision-making.
The second annual Nutanix Enterprise Cloud Index (ECI) surveyed more than 2,500 global IT decision makers. The findings of the survey uncovered a clear trend: The public sector has a strong desire to invest in digital transformation.
By now the stories are legend, how government agencies managed to pivot their workforces to accommodate the pandemic. Underneath that is a big technological shift that's still unfolding.
The Federal Acquisition Security Council sent its charter and strategic plan to Congress detailing three pillars of focus areas and strategic initiatives, many of which build on existing agency efforts.
Just when you think things can't get worse, consider that the Bureau of Prisons is facing. A growing threat of surveillance of its facilities, and the delivery of contraband to prisoners, all from drones.
Cyber Chat Host Sean Kelley sits down with former White House Fellow Jermon Bafaty and NASA Chief Data Officer Ron Thompson to discuss the state of data, data usage, and data security.
This week on Amtower Off Center, ATARC CEO Tom Suder joins host Mark Amtower to discuss how is company is his company is helping government agencies and contractors resolve their toughest technology challenges.
The rush to mandatory telework in the early months of the coronavirus pandemic laid bare the state of agencies’ investment — or lack thereof — in IT infrastructure. That same lesson holds true for agency…
From aircraft to tanks to munitions, the Army is trying to determine how many of the thousands of spare parts in its inventory can be built via new advanced manufacturing technologies.
According to the study, under normal conditions on a commercial jetliner, it would take several consecutive days onboard an aircraft for one COVID-infected passenger to infect another.