Deloitte's Center for Government Insights and Georgetown University’s Beeck Center have created a playbook meant to help federal agency chief data officers manage open government data initiatives.Read More »
Tommy Gardner, chief technology officer of HP’s federal business, has said the U.S. government should come up with a “sweeping plan” to facilitate the adoption of 3D printing in both public and private sectors. Gardner wrote in an opinion piece published Friday on GCN that the use of 3D printing technology could help the public sector expedite the production of parts, reduce shipping costs and minimize overstocked shelves.Read More »
NASA is interested in partnering with U.S.-based companies to design and build reusable systems that would land astronauts on the moon by 2028.
The U.S. Air Force has welcomed the arrival of its fifth Boeing-built KC-46A Pegasus tanker at Altus Air Force Base in Oklahoma. The aircraft took off from Boeing’s Seattle-based facility on Friday and arrived at Altus AFB, where the 56th air refueling squadron responsible for the tanker maintenance, aircraft and support training is based, the company said Friday.
Prioritizing virtualization, data portability and transparency in server utilization can help federal agencies meet the requirements of the White House’s data center consolidation initiative, Cameron Chehreh, chief technology officer and vice president of presales engineering at Dell EMC's federal business, wrote in an opinion piece for Nextgov published Thursday.Read More »
Carahsoft Technology has agreed to be the distributor and master aggregator of SwiftStack-built cloud storage products in the federal government via NASA's Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement V contract.Read More »
A new study shows that despite the growing use of cloud in the government, there is still a confidence gap across agencies as federal information technology experts doubt the security of the platform.Read More »