President Obama’s proposed fiscal 2016 budget offers an expanded focus on digital delivery, and the Department of Defense is looking to industry for helping effectively transition to the cloud. In addition, the FAA is developing plans for the commercialization of the moon.
President’s Spending Plan Shines Spotlight on Digital Services
President Barack Obama’s $4 trillion fiscal 2016 budget offers an expand focus on digital service delivery to citizens.
DoD Engaging Industry to Help with Cloud Transition
In its push into cloud computing, the Defense Department is looking to more actively involve commercial providers, establish common security standards and reevaluate what information should be deemed classified.
The Future of Tech, According to NASA
NASA is creating a roadmap for how to rapidly modernize existing IT infrastructure and adopt and implement new technologies to transform how agency performs its mission.
U.S. Government Is Getting Ready for the Commercialization of the Moon
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration to start laying plans to license U.S. businesses to operate on the moon.
Social Security Preps Data Reboot
The Social Security Administration is in the midst of a major project to modernize how it stores and processes its massive troves of data.
HHS Leans on IT to Advance Patient Engagement Strategy
The Health and Human Services Department wants to get more health information in the hands of clinicians and patients, and it’s looking to information technology professionals – both internally and outside the organization – to advance access to health records data.
The Navy’s (Autonomous) Fish Called WANDA
The Navy’s is developing autonomous fish-inspired vehicles designed to operate in cluttered, near-shore environments where the ability to go slow is an advantage.