In this time of scientific scholastic decline, Energy Department Undersecretary Kristina Johnson, speaking before a Scientific American forum sponsored by Amgen on Tuesday, had a very interesting take on the answer. See her thoughts on […]
Editors note: The Obama Administration made good on its promise of an open government yesterday by releasing a directive to all federal agencies requiring them, essentially, to adapt to a culture of transparency instead of […]
Peter R. Orszag, Director of the Office of Management and Budget, released a memo directing executive departments and agencies to take specific actions to implement the principles of transparency, participation, and collaboration. This is in […]
In the midst of significant growth in interest and usage of online computing in government, Focus Washington’s Karen Hanretty interviewed Kumar Vora, Vice President and General Manager for LiveCycle at Adobe Systems Incorporated. They discussed […]
Volunteers Log Off as Wikipedia Ages By JULIA ANGWIN and GEOFFREY A. FOWLER The Wall Street Journal Wikipedia.org is the fifth-most-popular Web site in the world, with roughly 325 million monthly visitors. But unprecedented numbers […]
Dan Kent explains how Cisco works closely with government agencies to address their needs, and what are some key solutions he is working on with customers.
The notion of “open government” permeates much of the recent conversation and debate surrounding the next generation of government – what transparency means, why it is important, and how it can be achieved. The 2009 […]
Douglas C. Smith, President and CEO, Ericsson Federal Inc. recently shared his thoughts on the military’s increasing need for broadband communication solutions on and off the battlefield. As conflicts and emergencies continue to emerge around […]