This monitoring agency works as a clearinghouse for warnings about simple vulnerabilities and major threats.
Staying in Touch
Amid stay-at-home orders, the federal government had to care for citizens, including its own workers, who had to take care of their fellow Americans. Social media helped.
A Cloud-Filled Vision
FedRAMP puts government and cloud providers on the same page on security, and Director Ashley Mahan hopes it gives smaller businesses more opportunities to work more closely with the public sector.
From Tiny Clips to Rocket Ships
VA, FDA, Army, Marines and other agencies use 3D printing to speed up the supply chain and simplify complex equipment needs.
This product provides federal teleworkers with extra layers of protection based on threat intelligence.
Simple guidelines make it easy for an agency to begin using versatile containers for modernization projects.
The Energy Department, NSF and NIST will work together to promote the radical technology, with additional backing from the White House.
Surface doubles as a whiteboard so that coworkers can trade notes on important topics.
An Alternate Route to Work
IT officials from DIA, CBP, EPA and the Farm Credit Administration talk about how they had to adapt existing business continuity practices.
Storage for Space
NGA, NASA and NOAA use a variety of solutions to manage the boom in data coming from satellites.
Protect the Vote
Amid pandemic confusion and delayed primaries, experts are watching the fall election season closely.
Meet You on the Internet
NIH, NIST and the Senate all turn to videoconferencing to bring dozens of participants together via the internet.
A Very Human Response
In these uncertain times, workers rise to the occasion and keep the government running.
As petabytes of data pour into the government daily, the newly important position of chief data officer will help make the flow manageable.